When life gives you lemons from your sister-in-law from California, you go...
Kyle and Hayden held up the normal-sized lemons to the lemonstrosities that were sent to us from the very fertile lands of the Golden State.
- Kyle had two best buddies from his preschool days but once kindergarten started, they went their separate ways. He ran into them again yesterday at his junior high orientation and he said he had no idea who they were.
- Is there a chore that you absolutely detest but it doesn't take that long to do? And you only have to do it maybe once a week or two? I hate taking the time to cut my fingernails even though it took me a whopping 67 seconds to trim them today.
- My favorite memes of the week:
I will try and do better tomorrow.
I will persevere. I will keep moving forward. I will be the stream.
Wow! The size of those lemons!!!ReplyDelete
My ex-husband's father used to send us artichokes from california. Those things were huge too. Which makes you wonder why they don't promote this as a tourist attraction: 'California: land of freakishly large produce!'ReplyDelete
It would make me want to visit more.Delete
lemons? they look as large as grapefruits!ReplyDelete
Anytime I remove or install a toilet, I just want a hot shower afterwards.ReplyDelete
Makes sense, Ed.Delete
That's some mighty lemonade in the offing!ReplyDelete
That is one of the plans, Bob.Delete
I dislike nail trimming, too. Must time it next time.ReplyDelete
We are living some exciting lives, Joanne.Delete
Those lemons are beautiful! (are you sure they are not grapefruits?) You can make a lot of lemonade with those, or lemon pie or lemon bars, or lots of goodies. Enjoy them!ReplyDelete
Kyle has lots of ideas on what we can do with those lemons.Delete
Thank you for your comment and I hope you keep visiting my blog. To make reading easier, you have a translator at the top right of the blog. I would like to recommend the urban fantasy book The Last Magicien by Lisa Maxwell to your son. It is actually a trilogy. For more information, I invite you to visit my other blog, where you will find a review about it.
Best regards from http://mariainwonderlandbook.blogspot.com/?m=1
Thanks for the recommendation, Maria.Delete
I hate dealing with my fingernails lately, they have been cracking. I need to improve my diet I guess.ReplyDelete
Good luck, bathwater.Delete
Ah, to have a lemon tree! Those memes were GREAT!ReplyDelete
It would be nice, Peg.Delete
Hahaha the memes!!!ReplyDelete
And those lemons look fantastic. Like, literally.
About Kyle not recognizing his friends, it's happened to me. I had some very close friends when I was in like, sixth grade and stopped seeing them for more than a decade. Somebody had to reintroduce them to me a few years back because I had no idea who they were. At all.
I will pass along the info about friends to Kyle, Sixpence. He wasn't overly concerned about it anyway. I think I was the one having the biggest issue with it. Probably because I liked the parents.Delete
Those are very clever memes. Those lemons are amazing. Just another reason to love California! Lol on the fingernail clippings, but yeah, I think dusting is the worst chore even though it’s the least strenuous.ReplyDelete
We just need to figure out what to do with the lemons. Kyle has thoughts.Delete
Those lemons are crazy! I hate to dust. It's not that big a deal but I procrastinate on it.ReplyDelete
We outsourced that chore to the kids.Delete
Holy Guacamole those are some big lemons! Love the memes. The last one is totally my kind of stupid humor lol.ReplyDelete
Glad you enjoyed them, Martha.Delete
dang....dem's some bigass lemons.ReplyDelete
Great memes! I would love to have some fresh citrus fruit right off of a tree sometime. Apples, plums, and pears are nice but a big fresh lemon, wow!ReplyDelete