Today Parker and I were playing outside, and in the middle of the game he stopped and asked, "Mom, can you marry me?" To Parker the greatest expression of love is marriage. We've told him that when men and women love each other, they get married. He was trying to tell me that he loved me tremendously, but didn't have the vocabulary to express that. Just think, give him 10 years and he's going to be too embarrassed to kiss me in public or even introduce me to his friends.
My mom and dad came over last night, and Sharon came over today to see the boys. One of the things I love about my sister is that we can be totally honest with each other...when one is gaining a little weight or has zit...we're good like that.
I went back to the garage sale that I went to yesterday and bought several books...I've read the first chapter in "The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood", "The Joy Luck Club", "The Scarlett Letter", "The Catcher in the Rye", and "Where the Heart Is". I got them for 50 cents each. I read a little bit of each so I could see which one I wanted to read first...I'm leaning towards Nathaniel Hawthorne's "Scarlett Letter."
Erik just dowloaded the Saved by the Bell, Full House, and Fresh Prince ringtones...I purposefully haven't been answering my phone just so I can hear the songs!