Targrosset

October 25, 2009

Things I learned this week:

1. Little kid cowboy boots are expensive! (and I am to cheap to buy them for a Halloween costume!)

2. Okay, I am just going to come out and say this. Don’t beat me up. I think the new Target (in Tulsa) that everyone is gaga over is not so cool. Maybe I had really high expectations because everyone I talk to is freaking out about it, but it is dark, the ceilings are low, the floor is ugly, and the red they have everywhere is claustrophobic. There, I said it.

3. As hard as I try, I can never spell “definitely” without having to use spell check.

4. This is more of a question… Is Facebook different or am I going crazy?

5. I don’t really even like candy corn that much, but as long as it is in my house, I will eat it. Eat, eat, eat and then after I feel disgusting I think, “Why did I just waste all those calories on something I don’t even like!” I think I have issues, as this has happened several times in the last week.

6. The oven in our house is the original oven from the 1950’s and it is the best oven I have ever used. It cooks everything in like double time and my cookies from this house are the best ones yet.

7. It pains me to say this, but I think my dog dream is on hold for a while. We had a meet and greet with an awesome dog from Tulsa Boxer Rescue… but she is not the one. I am taking a step back and seeing where our dog hunt leads.

8. There was/is (I think she was only in one episode) a dino on that new show Dinosaur Train on PBS that was a GIRL named Cori (or Corey or Cory or Kori). I was so excited!

9. I already miss summer. I miss no school, I miss the pool, I miss the heat and the sun and the clothes.

10. Nate is such a good grunter, I am not sure if he will ever talk. He has also really started to like reading, I love that.

11. Cold weather makes me miss my family. Yes, I live down the street from my parents, but it still makes me home sick for some reason.

12. My hair is bugging me. Brace yourself…. BUT…. I think I might actually have to start FIXING IT. The horror.

What did you learn this week?

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6 Responses to “Targrosset”

  1. kara Says:

    yes, facebook is different and I am not a fan…it gives me weird updates from like yesterday. I laughed at your definitely comment, because I too can never spell it and try to just use “def” as much as possible. My oven is also from the 50’s and is some ugly color mix between orange and brown barf but I’ve never burnt anything in it ever!! and I don’t like the new target, it’s too large for it’s own good. I gave up half way through the store..

    btw your parents live in my parents neighborhood, which in return means so do you! my parents live off 56th on Indianapolis

    this week I learned that ALL woman’s old navy clearance is an extra 50 percent off, and that normally I hate old navy but when I get shirts for .99-1.99 that I actually don’t mind it…so I went about 10 times this week…

  2. Martha Says:

    1) I have some little boy cowboy boots, what size do you need, I think they are a 5.

    2) You don’t have to like something just because everyone else does.

    3) Just remember the root of it is “finite” that’s what I do.

    4) Facebook is different an it is driving me crazy

    I learned this week..it’s harder to get enrolled in school when you haven’t been for 10 years.

    • Cori Says:

      Thanks Martha (for the cowboy boot offer) I needed a size 9, but Scott actually was a Pirate Cowboy, so we got away with out them! School???? Do tell!

  3. Pam Says:

    I sure love you! Get ready for a great week.

  4. Liz Says:

    3 & 4: Definitely different (sp? LOL)
    6: Our first house was an old rental with the original stove/oven. I HATED it. It never cooked anything right, only half of it worked and I was always freaked it would break and leak gas all over my house. I’m glad yours is better.
    7: I hate to be negative, but DON’T DO IT!!!!!

    I just read your friend Martha’s comment on #3, and I think it will help a lot!

    I learned that if you want your kid to stop beating up his little sister, than you should probably stop man-handling him yourself. The same goes for yelling at the dog.


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