Tuesday, March 17, 2009

I've moved!

Hi Everyone! I finally got everything up and running! Hooray! Please join me at:



This will be the official last post of 30-something! It's been fun, but time to explore new frontiers! For those of you that have a link to my blog, please update. Cheers!

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

A change is in the air...

Hello to all my faithful readers! I have been in a bit of a quandary lately as to what I want out of my blogging. This blog has definitely become a major outlet for my creativity, however, I have been a little wishy-washy as to where I want it to go. At first, this was meant to be nothing but a trial run, then it turned into something bigger! But I feel like I need a change of scenery so to speak. So bear with me as I strive for something better. Within the next week or so, I plan to launch a new blog, hopefully a better blog with with more of a focus on what makes me and my world tick! I hope you will continue to read and enjoy our adventures! So stay tuned....

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

It was a beautiful day to fly a kite...

Cleaning out the garage has its perks. We came across our one lonely little kite, but due to the hectic nature of life, I once again forgot that we had it until the Monkey Man asked if it was windy enough to fly a kite today. And although math was not 100% finished, dirty dishes cluttered the sink and three loads of laundry needed to be started, we marched out the door with our little kite in hand. There is a large empty lot at the end of our street next to the playground that is perfect for flying a small kite.

I wasn't sure how long a kite would hold their interest, after all, this is the computer age and flying a kite might not be as thrilling as feuding with minions of voracious beasts or clones on the internet! Much to my surprise and pleasure, I witnessed two children filled with great joy, dancing around the field with a little dinosaur kite! They laughed and screamed and jumped and ran, dodging the kite when it took nose-dives! It was sheer heaven to watch them, so full of innocence, enjoying something so simple! And they even SHARED! It was strange, like I was being granted a moment of respite from the fighting and the whining because they were so focused on the object in flight, they forgot to piss each other off!

So it was a beautiful day to fly a kite and a beautiful day to play with my kids!