Friday, February 29, 2008


This is Damian making Jesus on the cross out of play dough. I don't know where he saw this, but this is what he made.

Today is Friday, in our house otherwise known as pizza Friday. Most of the time I make homemade pizza , but when I'm lazy I go to Sam's Club and buy one. I also buy the veggie tray to put out and chips. This is an easy meal and the kids love it. Today is also ice cream Friday. We have a real nice ice cream man named Joe and on Friday he sells all ice cream for $1.00. If we are really lucky post housing buys it and we get free ice cream. The kids love ice cream Friday too. It seems a little weird that on the mainland it is winter and here it is ice cream weather. In fact Joe comes every week all year. I guess there is no rest if you are the ice cream man in Hawaii. Today I'm feeling a little lazy so I will probably take a trip to Sam's.

update on mom. She does have MDS and will start some sort of treatment in a few weeks. She will have to miss her yearly trip to Hawaii in May, but next year she can come if all goes well.

I hope everyone has a nice weekend.


Beth said...

I just recently started making my own pizzas. I am not a baker so I have had issues with the dough but I am getting better!

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I am looking forward to reading your many miracles. Don't forget to post one on your blog on Monday and link it back to mine!

Have a great weekend!

Kim said...

I think I need to come to your house for dinner tonight!! :-)

Know that I'm continuing to lift your Mom to the throne!!!

Keep us posted.

Enjoy your weekend.

Kelley at Aroma of Joy said...

Hi Christina,
I am so glad you came to visit my blog. It is good to meet another mom with 7 kids who is surviving it! Are you really in Hawaii? I have just spent the day being blown away by the wind on a soccer field in Kansas. Tonight I will be dreaming of Hawaii! Take care and I look forward to visiting you again!


Blueberry muffins and tea

Made some blueberry muffins and had some with tea on Rae Dunn pottery of course