Anywho...about two months ago, while working with a reading group, one of my little people found a shiny, teeny tiny, itsy, bitsy jewel on the table. We had just completed an art project (tooth fairies) and had used those little jewels from the craft store so when he asked if he could have it. I said: "Of course! Absolutely! No Problem! Enjoy!" He put that cool kid-find into his jeans and went out to play.
Yep, you guessed it. It was one of my diamonds!!!!!!!! I didn't notice until a few days later that my ring was missing two stones.
Well, you won't believe this. I hardly did. Yesterday, that little sweetie was busy working at his desk when he reached in the pocket and pulled out my diamond!!! The whole class went bonkers, we all had to look at it, (with magnifying glasses), but no one got to hold it. I guess I'll have to wait for the 50th wedding anniversary for the big replacement bling.
I got this from my niece when she was in kindergarten. She leaves for college this fall so it was a while ago. I've seen many like it on Pinterest. The outside is ok but the inside is pretty funny. I'll post the inside to the card tomorrow.
If you don't have these bikes and you're in the market for a new batch, check these out. Best bikes ever! They're made by Trek and have lasted about ten years. I can even ride on the back!
I don't know if you can see the one on the left, but it says "Ity-it" (idiot). My son actually wrote this when he was 5 and angry with his dad. He folded it into a paper airplane and flew it from his room to his father. I was so proud of his phonetic spelling, but not his attitude, (although sometimes...just teasing).
I am glad the one on the right doesn't say the cat is beautiful and Mrs. Welch is fat!
The note about whiskey had us giggling for days; turns out, "Whiskey" is their cat's name! The last note is pure sweetness!
Have a great weekend. This was possibly one of the toughest weeks all year. My tub is calling...