Friday, April 1, 2011

Good Fridays 4/1

All the good and none of the D...that is what Roselady at Diapeepees was looking for when she started Good Fridays. Play along with us. What are your 3 good things from this week? Here are mine...

Well I am feeling much better this week and the boys are back to school so that is good! The weather has been decent (at least not downpouring) so I got some yard work done and my hubby mowed the lawn (yay!) and those aren't even my 3 things!!!

1) After looking at lots of dogs for adoption, we ended up bringing home the dog we fostered a few weeks ago for another trial. She is so good with the boys...snuggly and playful. It is so cute to watch her bounce around, tail wagging, after the boys while they run through the swamp that is our backyard right now. She seems to be doing much better but since she had been abused in the past, she has a lot of issues that will need work. We still aren't sure if we should keep her but she sure is cute!

2) Took my 2 year old to the Children's Museum to meet up with a friend and her daughter. The kids had so much fun...if only we had more time to stay, play, and explore.

3) I volunteered in Bryce's kindergarten class for their Art Literacy project. This month they learned about Matisse and did an abstract art project using various shapes of colored paper to make a picture. I was very impressed by some of these 5 and 6 year olds' imaginations. I think only one kid just glued everything in a pile. Oh and one other boy who had more fun gluing his fingers. But other than that, there was some great pieces.


  1. We're thinking of a little trip to the Children's museum this week, too! And, I absolutely love teaching little ones about art.

  2. Sounds like things are going great there Denise! I love the better weather part. We sure could use it around here...more snow and temps in the 30s - UGH.

  3. i had to laugh about the kids who didnt fit in the 'box', glueing a huge pile, and the other glueing fingers. lol. kids are super-awesome. spending time with other peoples kids always gives you fresh appreciative eyes for your own.