Two Things

December 8, 2011

I know I don’t usually do this kind of thing.

I’m usually all about kid-chaos and dirty diapers and snappers but this will be worth it.

I promise.

Now what you need to do is this…..if you have any kids, no matter what age, you need to call them to come to your computer because you have this really awesome thing to show them that may make your next few days much easier.

And you might even thank me.

Because if your kids are like some of mine, the entire time they are watching this video, you may be able to see their wheels turning.  The ones inside of their brains.  The ones that are in the part of the brain that invents new things to do and thereby entertains the entire household.

But maybe that’s just MY kids because my kids are the coolest.

Watch this carefully.  You may need to watch it a few times to catch all the intricacies.

Okay, here it is.

You’ll be glad you did.


Number two item…….

I like music.  I like putting fast music on when we do chores around here.

So do my kids.

I like to put on soft piano music at night or when we have company over. 

Music is what gets me on the treadmill each night.

I just like good, mellow music and toe-tappin’ music too.

(That sounded like I watched Hee Haw when I was little, doesn’t it?  Does anyone else remember Hee Haw?  That was quality TV, let me tell ya.)

So I’ve been mildly obssessed with this song since my Oklahoma Buddy put me onto it.  It’s a mellow song, but it’s so well done and just speaks to me.  Plus, when the full-on chorus comes in the middle of the song, I feel like I could win any race.  It just does that to me.  

See what YOU think.

Check out the link.

And that’s it for today.  

Next post, I’ll try to get back to diarrhea diapers and knock-down toddler fighting.

You’re welcome. 


3 Responses to “Two Things”

  1. Trina said

    Wow, that horse was awesome! I’ve never heard of it before. That was really cool, thanks for sharing this!

  2. Mother said

    That horse is simply magnificant! Thanks for sharing. palmettoboy

  3. I ended up with an audience of 7 children, still sticky with pancake syrup, who were all very impressed with the horse. They noticed each detail….we will call this biology class. (ha)

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: