Oh I do love Candy Land! Gingerbread houses, colorful candy, peppermints with swirls, and scalloped roofs. Whenever I find a house that is bedecked in scallops and swirls I have to pull over to take pictures. It's a must. I squeal too, I just love these houses with all that decoration going on. How can you not?

So we've now completely moved into our new digs, and I'm submerged into a box chopping frenzy. It hurts my heart to see all the paper and cardboard chucked out, so I'm flattening and trying to recycle what I can. I've made fast friends with the New Market tip (garbage dump) guys, been there to drop recycles now three times..... arrrrgh. It makes me think-----I really don't need all this stuff, do I? Our family could live with a lot less.....And be super happy.  

Pondering skipping the gift bit for Xmas this year.


I've been feeling foxy lately...not like "hot mama" but into all things Fox like.  
What do you think of when you think Fox?  (George Clooney perhaps? John Hamm? Ryan G?)
That 50Cent (is that how he spells it?) song just popped in my head, because...well,....it's getting hot in here..... Sorry. And this is my brain OFF drugs. lololol
Fox. Foxy.
It's kinda an old school word for hotness.... ....
But then again, I say "swell" and that's completely ridiculous.  Let's just agree on that one.

Do you have any redic words in your vocabulary? 

Look at his tail. Awee.

I'll be back soon---must unpack the fabric darlings! ;)

{peace out}

1 comment:

  1. Oh my gosh, the little fox! How sweet! Hope you're all settled in nicely SOON!

    I have a lot of old/strange words in my vocabulary ("grody", "square") and lots more I can't think of off the top of my head as I spent much of my growing up years with my grandparents. So words I thought were totally normal were really pretty old-timey! I think "foxy" is a cute word. :)


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