This morning I asked Meici what she wanted for breakfast and she said, "SUNSHINE!"
I haven't been feeling well lately. I'm nauseous, tired and dizzy and I think I've been hallucinating, or maybe there really is a shark living in the toilet and a troll doll throwing markers at Evan.
My family are members of the Chinese Ward. We tell people we attend this ward because my husband is Chinese and it's a great way for him to stay in touch with his culture and language and be able to hear the gospel in his own tongue. But I think the real reason he likes the Chinese ward is because of the potlucks and the dragons.
Last Saturday Z and I volunteered at a soup kitchen, along with some other members of our ward.
Here we are, a bunch of Chinese people, eager and ready to serve the homeless.
I think when people started coming in and lining up they got really excited because they thought, from the looks of us, that they were getting chow mein, orange chicken, and mushu pork, or at least some fortune cookies.
Too bad it was just some bologna sandwiches. (I had to sing the entire oscar mayer wiener song to remember how to spell "bologna")
So what's with all the service stuff going on lately? Well, I have a new motto I've been trying to live by: What have I done today to deserve an extreme makeover home edition?
Meici was marching around the house today singing "I looked out the window and what did I see? Spongebob Squarepants, Spongebob Squarepants, SpongeBOB, SquarePANTS!!!"
It's 3:00 in the morning, and Z should be getting home from work pretty soon, he had to work the super late shift today. I'm staying up and waiting for him so I can kiss him good night and point out the dirty dishes he left on the table.
The other day Evan said to me, "Hey beautiful girl, have you seen my socks?"
If turning five means he just gets sweeter and sweeter, then I don't mind him growing up so fast.
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