The Blog About Nothing


I am a HUGE Seinfeld fan – anyone else? It really was the best show in the world. The show was basically about nothing – just the day to day life of a small group of friends and their ridiculousness. There are days when right before I go to sleep I think, “Today was like an episode of Seinfeld”. There is so much comedy in the day to day of my life.seinfeld-cast

I work Monday – Friday from 8 am – 4 pm. My morning entails getting up around 6:30 am with the Clark and Dean (20 months now! OMG) and getting them ready for school or grandma’s house. Brian gathers them up and drops them off where they need to go. We both work all day – I pick them up – take them home and feed them dinner. Dinner time is a comedy show in itself. Dean eats anything and everything and says “Oooh, yummy” while Clark lives on chicken nuggets and fruit.

I let them play while I start to work on dinner and wait for Da Da to come home. The adults eat and play with the boys who think everything and everyone is their play ground. They play on their slide that we moved into the dining room. We took down the dining room set because they need MORE room to run around. We read books, sing songs, do baths, etc. The boys go to bed around 7:30 pm to 8 pm and then we unwind. That means watching tv or me working on my homework. I am SO close to getting my Associates Degree that I can’t give up now. After this semester I have 4 more classes and then DONE for a while.

Weekends look like us dragging them out and about to play to take out their energy! We take them to Kids and Fitness on Saturday mornings or Tot Shabbat at Temple. Last weekend we did the Echo Center and Pizza Putt. Regal Gymnastics is on our list of things we try to get to or we love having friends over to visit.

A few weeks ago a friend and I had tickets to see the Ballet up at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center. Of course – winter weather advisory. We got dressed up and drove up the mountain. We stayed for about an hour and a half – laughed at the cod pieces of the male ballet dancers and laughed about how we had no idea what was going on in the show. The woman behind me kept kicking my seat to the music. Hard.  We snuck out early and drove 15 miles per hour on the way home in a snow storm.

Total Seinfeld Episode.


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