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Today Lupe, took us to Auntie Anne's Pretzels. It was the first time we all got a whole $2.50 pretzel. They were free. Hee, hee. We did buy four Strawberry Lemonades to go with them. Yummy.

We sat outside and ate them. The children played near the waterfall. It was nice. We haven't done something like that in a long time.

After we went to Target. Caleb and Lance needed some shoes. I was going to buy some Borax but they didn't have it there. We also got a tire patch for Joshua's bike. Daddy tried riding his bike and popped the tire (shhhh). The kids needed some new toothbrushes. I got Brent & Josh the spinning toothbrushes. They were two for $7.48. Both boys brush their teeth regularly but they get a lot of junk on them. Sometimes I have to take a washcloth to their teeth. I also bought me a wide-tooth comb for my curly hair. No more brushing for me. Lupe, needed a new pair of jeans. By the time we left we spent 87.00. Yikes! How things add up so fast.

Lupe & I were really tired today. I took a nap when we got back while the children rode their bikes. Lupe, helped the children add air to the tires. He's a good dad.

The children helped wash five loads of laundry, so that needs to be put away. I still need to put the bedsheets on my bed. Saturday is change our sheets day. Doesn't always happen but we try.

The children woke up at 5:00 a.m. this morning. They are obsessed with waking up early. Lupe, took the four oldest with him to drop my dad off at the Greyhound Bus Station. He's going to California.

Ethan, came to my room about 8:00 a.m. (yes, I was still in bed, stayed up late trying to find info on mild dyslexia and other things) and said, "Mom, they all left me." He wanted to go with them to see Grandpa Joe off. Poor guy.

At least they brought back some donuts.

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