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Small Things 87- 93

87 - 93 : 365 Days

1. IUI being painless.
2. Getting to the Dr. in time for the specimen sample drop off.
3. Taking a 1/2 day and relaxing.
4. Cleaning the house and getting ready for a nest bunco party.
5. Making food ahead of time. This is something that I love doing but it doesn't always work out that way...

6. Going to Target on lunch.
7. Bunco party at my house with nest girls.
8. Great food!
9. Buffalo Chicken dip, YUM!!!
10. Fresh flowers in the house...

11. Target on lunch, again...
12. My husband's hair cut, so handsome!
13. Running by myself through my neighborhood.
14. Running into our friends sister at her new house.
15. Dh's volleyball team kicking butt and taking names!

16. Dh's spring break started today!
17. My dad fixing my muffler and fixing a knob on my car.
18. Helping family out.
19. Dinner at Tyfoon. I love that place!
20. Going to the Big Bang Piano bar with good friends!

21. Running 20 minutes and actually enjoying it! Who knew?!?!
22. Shopping in Powell with my mom and sister.
23. Finding a little "Tweet" sign for $4.99!
24. Greek Nachos for dinner... YUM!
25. Shirley Temples... also yummy!

26. Playing Rock Band with friends.
27. Dh working on the garage and making it better organized.
28. Furniture shopping.
29. Grocery shopping, but first making a spreadsheet of needed items.
30. Dh making salmon, asparagus & rice for dinner... Love him!


SassyTimes said…
I'm thinking of joining a Bunco league with my mom's group. I assume you like it?!
Where's Baby? said…
That's so exciting that we are both 6 days past our IUIs. When are you going to test?!?! I still haven't decided. I've read about girls that have seen at BFP 11 - 12 days past!

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