Friday, July 17, 2009

10 Honest Truths

OK! Lauren you didn't tag me, but since I am one of your fellow teachers who should also be cleaning her house and instead is playing on the computer...I decided to continue the trend! Here it goes....

10 Honest Truths about Kandace Layne Holsomback Bozeman:

1. I love to watch the Lifetime channel and cry!!!

2. I haven't paid a bill in over 7 years....David does it all!

3. I love the feel of sand between my toes!

4. I am scared to death of the dark!

5. I am horrible at spelling....which you probably have seen if you read my blog!

6. I could eat chips and dip everyday all day long!!!!!!!!

7. I never watch scary movies!

8. I secretly want to be an ESPN News Lady that gets to stand on the sidelines of football games!

9. I love rocking my 3 year old to sleep- I will probably be rocking him when he is 15 and his legs hang off my lap and drag the floor.... if he still wants me to!

10. I really don't like to shop. But since every girl is supposed to love it.....I endure it!

OK! So if you are one of my few loyal readers then I challenge you to continue the trend.... spill your guts and let us find out 10 Honest Truths about you! I am waiting...........

Sunday, July 12, 2009

My 3 Year Old Photographer

These are the pictures I found on my camera after my 3 year old got a hold of it! Interesting documentation of what happens around our house.....

Baseball on T.V.

Our stove and counter top

Kirby napping on the back of the couch.

Daddy cooking

Mommy folding laundry...something she does best!!!

Mommy stealing a hug from Will

Kirby in his kennel

Baby brother posing for the camera

Sunday Lunch

I have sweet memories of Sunday lunch as a child. Sunday lunch meant lunch after church at Mamaw and Papaw's house where we ate either roast, pork tenderloin, or chicken and dressing with a side of butter beans or Mamaw's famous carrots (my favorite!!) and of course hot rolls. Left over rolls meant dinner for after Sunday night church- roast sandwiches. If there was extra rolls, then my little brother and I could have 2 of them to play our own game of communion in Mamaw's living room after lunch! Sunday lunch is also where I learned the art of setting a table for a big family meal and where I learned to make peach cobbler. Sunday lunch holds so many sweet memories for me filled with wonderful smells of Mamaw's kitchen. Today I took a few pictures of my own family at Sunday lunch. It looks a little different than what my childhood memories hold for me. Now Sunday lunch is either "What would be the quickest restaurant that is kid friendly?" or "Let's hurry home and get the kids down for the nap.....then I'll cook and feed the kids mac and cheese when they wake up!" Sad uh? But it is our reality. Maybe my boys will have sweet memories one day of special times they will share with me when they are older, but for now we made sweet memories at our Sunday Lunch today at Pei Wei .

A kiss for Mommy! Will making sure no one is looking.