Thursday, February 22, 2007

Where Are My Keys?

Before we get into our next challenge I want to thank Badoozer for the lovely gifts she sent to me. Thanks Badooz!

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We have been given another challenge from Ms. Badoozer and once again, I am complying.

Now, I don't believe I have very much to carry but HubbaHoney thinks there is too much here to fit into his pocket. The only thing I don't need is the mini laser pointer/flashlight although the flashlight has come in handy on more than one occasion.

This is probably my most favorite key ring in all my 24 years of driving. I found this at Old Gravy (that's what I like to call Old Navy - I have different names for different stores and restaurants). I like this so much because I can remove keys pretty easily and I have strategically placed each item specifically for easy removal in a pinch.



The laser pointer/flashlight I had bought off the discount rack at Target for HubbaHoney but he never took it out of the package - now it's mine until it dies.

I'm not sure about these remote controls for the car. There have been several occasions that I have returned to my car after shopping, etc. and found the sliding passenger door open. I suppose the button gets pushed while bouncing around in my purse.

Okay, that's it for me. I've got a busy schedule for the rest of the week and weekend. We have, to name a few, PineWood Derby trials and race, a basketball game and trophy day, and a field trip to our local paper The Courier Journal - HubbaDood submitted a short story to the Young Author's competition through them.

Later Taters!

6 comments:

Emma Sometimes said...

well, you can't go without your ymca and kroger cards, now can you? Keys are essential and so it the beebooper.

I like your counter tops.

Lisa said...

Great keys! ;o)

Do you know how Hubbadood's story did? Emily is always writing stories! Reminds me of myself! *LOL*

R said...

counter tops ARE looking rather fine, I may say...

Anne said...

Emmers - Thanks! I've been pleased with them as well.

Lisa - Well, we're not able to attend the trip to the Courier Journal because HubbaDood is running a fever accompanied by a croupy cough and cold symptoms. They will still judge his story and the prize is scholarship money. Sounds good to me.

R - To be honest, my sister-in-law picked out my counter top for me when we were building the house about five years ago. I've liked them quite well.

Badoozie said...

i thought for sure you'd have a few pompoms or something on there, but i do like the laser thing

Anne said...

Badoozer - Pompoms? I don't have time or the room in my purse for that stuff anymore.