little messy missy

little messy missy

Monday, January 24, 2011

I Love The Mail Box And Other Nonsense...

I spent a long day at the hospital today with my 2 sisters, tormenting my dad while waiting for my mother to have surgery. All is well and she is fine. I walked into my house very tired and found the mailman once again left me a lovely box. Inside it was an Assemblage Shrine my trading partner sent to me. I was so happy to get it and loved what she made. I hung it on my bedroom wall.





 Another bit of news: I start a new job tomorrow. Can't wait. I work in Special Education and the last job I had was a sheltered work-type atmosphere  for 18-90 year old people with disabilities. Tomorrow I start working at an elementary school in Special Education. Change is good.    

So my mini chickens are laying eggs but not sitting on them yet, so if anyone needs a miniature omelet feel free to let me know.
My 17 year old daughter has graduated from cute little headbands with kitty cat ears attached to full fledged fox heads...



 VERY COOL MUD FLAPS!!!!!!

5 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Good luck with your new job! And LOVE those mudflaps -- so much better than the original! Yes, reading is sexy too.

Sharon said...

Your Mom had surgery and she's fine?

Nice bedroom shrine! Somebody put some time into that.

New job! Great! I hope you absolutely love it!

Nice eggs, the girls have decided not to set, eh?

Those hats, has to be a this years big thing those fabric/knitted helmets with strings, I would rather wear a poodle skirt! LOL!

Jeanne said...

Glad your Mom is okay ~
such itsy-bitsy eggs ~
cute hat! ~
cool mudflap ~
Congrats on the job!

Rosey said...

My daughter has a hat almost identical only it has bear ears. Cute! I never would have been able to carry that off as a teenager.

jillytacy said...

Congratulations on the new job. I work in special ed too. I teach 4th grade special ed (resource room) at an elementary school. What grade levels will you be working with? The one thing about working in special ed is it's never boring! There's always something happening.

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