Monday, September 26, 2011

It's that time again...fundraiser!

First of all, don't feel guilty if you read this and move on.  But...if you enjoy school fundraiser items, it's that time again.  :)  This year Kayci's school is selling Tracy Hamilton again--I can tell you for certain that the cookies are YUMMY.  People like the products, too, but I don't have personal experience with that.  I've seen a couple of things I like, though!

If you want to take a look at the "stuff", go to this site and click on VIEW BROCHURE:

If you want to check out the cookies, here's a link to the brochure (same thing, click VIEW BROCHURE).  Now, with the cookies there's a cool option--you can spend $16 on a gift card which lets you choose 1 item and includes shipping & handling to ship directly to you.

Unfortunately, there's no way to purchase directly online like in the past (bummer!).  If you want to buy something, just get in touch with me and we'll figure it out!

And if you really want to support Kayci's school but don't want to buy anything, you can send a plain ol' donation, or use your Target card and indicate you want a %age to go to Krause Elementary, or you can save BoxTops, or Coke lids, or Tyson A+, or Campbell's labels for education...there are lots of ways you can help support the Krause PTO.  (Yes, I'm biased!)

Thanks for reading this!  No guilt trip if you don't buy/do anything, promise.  :)

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Conversation with Noble at the mall

Noble: Daddy, a pterranadon eats meat.

Me: they do? Are you a pterranadon?

Noble: no, I'm a Pharaon.

Friday, September 16, 2011


...that's also what he wore to pick Kayci up from school.

And to Recycling, and Higgins Branch, and the animal shelter...

Greeted by Captain America

This is what I saw yesterday when I walked in after work: Noble sitting on the floor in the office in nothing but his Captain America underwear playing as happy as can be.  He was playing so happily, in fact, that he didn't even bother to get up.  He simply looked up and said "hi, daddy!" and went back to playing.

I love that kid.