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{Share Your Life} Sitting in the parking lot

Howdy. I’m sitting in front of best buy in town. And by “in town” I mean I drove an hour and half to the big city of Amarillo. We are going to be here all day into the evening and I thought *gasp* how will I blog? And it dawned on me…there is an app for literally everything. And so here I am blogging on my iPhone, waiting for best buy to open. I’m so technologically advanced, aren’t I? 😉

Today is Share your life so …

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If this actually works and you can see the picture, (all I see is code!) then you will see my smiley little man playing with his toys in the backseat while we wait for best buy to open.

I’m so lucky that I have such an easy going, very adaptable child. He’s so good when we go out! (Most of the time anyway…occasionally he goes all devil child on me like any other 2 year old!)

So this is the shortest post ever. Typing a blog post on an iphone is just not the same as sitting at a laptop… and Best buy just opened! I’m signing off and hoping that all that coding on the WordPress app actually works!

Go technology!!!! See ya tomorrow!!

 

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  1. Awww… I miss those days- when I could take one of my young ones into Best Buy and they would just be my little happy companion! These days they think of Best Buy as a “Toys R Us!” and all I hear is, “I want that!”

    Thanks so much for linking up to Share Your Life
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  2. Gotta love that wordpress app! Look at you all technological, blogging from the electronics store. LOL!

    Isn’t it nice having a child you can take anywhere? I have a few like that, and a few that are not so easy… It’s definitely easier to have one that adapts to everything!

  3. I see the photo – he seems to be the happiest boy ever! My three kids were all so easy to get along with that I could take them anywhere. I even took them to our National Art Museum when they were a little older than your guy and it was wonderful. I had studied some of the paintings before we went and asked them questions (some of the Renaissance portraits have items in the painting that tells about the persons life & even how they died in some instances.) People were stopping me to tell me how impressed they were & how well behaved the kids were. I learned that day to never take it for granted. I had a great freedom because I had great kids . . .
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