For this Chick-fil-a event we picked out and purchased books for kids at a local school. This one looked good.
We made 10,000 meals today. The assembly line was amazingly efficient. We did the entire task in 30 minutes.
This girl got slammed!
I was one of the first 100 and got free Chick-Fil-A for a year. 🐄
Is this how most Easter photos turn out? I'd like to briefly describe the scenario. Picture 1: Joshua on the right is hiding because he's mad about something. Coen, the infant, is screaming because he doesn't want to be squeezed by his older brother. Lincoln, holding Coen, doesn't really know what's going on and isn't looking at anything. Avonlea, the loving older sister, tries to comfort the baby. Random door mat in the background because our front step is the only place we can usually get a decent photo. 😡😥😶😘 Photo 2: A few adjustments and some empty threats that I will take away all their Easter candy and they eventually sit but let me know how they feel about the threats. 😜 Photo 3: I make some farting noises with my mouth and make every effort to get them to smile. Success! 😤💨💨😀Normally, I would just pick the best photo and post it to Instagram and everything would look like it went smoothly. A single photo doesn't really tell the entire story.
The other cricket team has cheer leaders. It's awesome!
Avonlea asked if I wanted a brownie and then gave me this plate with a brown E on it. #aprilfools