Thursday, September 20, 2007


Okay, I know I'm no Dawn Meehan, so I don't expect 600 comments on each of my blogs. However, one on the first one would have been nice! Oh well, I'm just getting started and doubt anyone has even read the first one yet.

Anyway, after re-reading the first blog I realzed I just jumped right in. If anyone does read this, I better introduce myself. My name is Kathy and I am 29-years-old. I am a single mother of two beautiful children, ages 5 and 11. I live just outside Lexington, Kentucky and love the area. Unfortunately, I must work a full-time job outside of the house to support those two growing children. I suppose you will learn more about me with time if you continue reading.

Last night I hung out at my friend Shana's house. Her husband, Shawn, just bought them a new fire pit and was very excited about having a fire last night. It was very smoky, but nice, especially once it got dark and the temperature dropped.

Before it got dark, my daughter decided to talk to the "big" boys, you know those 11 and 12 year olds throwing the football, lol She ran right up to one of them mid-catch and he got hit by the ball! Poor thing, I don't know what got into her, you don't run up to somebody getting ready to catch a football, but she is 5! Thankfully, he was not hurt.

I'm fortunate to have a neighborhood full of nice neighbors. When it is not cold and raining, we all sit outside and gossip and watch the kids play. It's great!!

Aurea's open house at school the other night was cute-- she learned the Months Macerana (yes it's the macerana dance, but they sing to the months of the year) and we did scavenger hunt and bookfair. Of course, she bought the story of Miley Cyrus. What is it with that girl, Aurea loves her and so does Adam! Guess I should be glad my kids actually have something in common! lol Aurea got a note from her music teacher saying she is the best singer in class. Awwww, she certainly does not get that from me!!

Well I guess that's it for now, I try to be creative, but I'm tired at the moment. More to come...

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