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Into the Weeds

And we’re back. With much catching up to do work-wise and life-wise. Trying not to let myself get too distracted or led away on tangents but it’s hard. And my To Do list seems to have bloated up in my absence.

We didn’t end up locating the bronze Fonzie statue before we left the Cream City but we did enjoy the Mitchell Park Conservatory. And, though I am horribly conflicted about it, we also visited their Zoo. That was the happiest I’d seen the boy on the trip! Mostly because he acquired a brand new Mold-A-Rama. My little goth-ling got a bat. As soon as we returned home from our trip he ran around the house in a frenzy gathering up all of his other Mold-A-Ramas and they are all now on display together, on the top book shelf in the Lady Cave. Perfect spot to keep them safe.

Five good things:

Now off to a nearly forgotten dinner engagement, if the kid cooperates. And soon to come? A visit with my CPA to have my taxes taken care of, another school tour, and dental appointments. I can hardly stand the excitement! But really, other things are afoot that are exciting.

a boy and his moose


  1. Megan wrote:

    My husband read that Getting Things Done book. I am a list FREAK but him? Stuff still doesn’t get done unless I remind him 313 times.

    Wednesday, March 31, 2010 at 6:27 pm | Permalink
  2. Heather wrote:

    I want to collect Mold-A-Ramas! I don’t think I’ve ever even seen a machine.

    The Crying Wife is odd. I can’t seem to stop watching them though.

    I sometimes want to scream those things in that poster (? I picture it as a poster) you linked to at people. Drives me nuts!

    Friday, April 2, 2010 at 9:56 pm | Permalink
  3. Sharyn wrote:

    Megan, I am somewhere in between. GTD is just completely beyond me, but I do make use of To Do lists, particularly with the Backpack tool from 37 Signals.

    Heather, Minnesota’s saddest zoo has several of the Mold-A-Rama machines. Parker’s grandma got him started on the collecting a couple of years ago but he first became aware of it in the cult classic TV show Wonderfalls, of all things.

    Totally agreed on Crying Wife and the poster. Sigh.

    Sunday, April 4, 2010 at 9:42 am | Permalink
  4. Heather wrote:

    Oh, I love Wonderfalls! That just makes me want to collect Mold-A-Ramas even more!

    Thursday, April 8, 2010 at 11:19 am | Permalink

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