Monday, April 4, 2011

My bath was too hot, I got soap in my eyes, my marble went down the drain, and I had to wear railroad train pajamas. I hate my railroad train pajamas.

Not gonna lie,
I felt a little bit like Alexander this week.

As a joke I said in an email that chocolate would be appreciated...

Where do friends like mine even come from??!!!

(I appreciated all of it, but it does deserve noting that the Ritter sport was mailed from Colorado. Also, you can't really see them, but the bag in the back holds CAKE POPS that Meg made from scratch... because she is an absurd baking rock star.)

.grateful grateful grateful.


Mary said...

i love this. and you

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Jack said...

why would you ever hate railroad train pajamas?

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