You aren’t going to believe this. I had over 300 words when I tried to edit a picture, cialis and WordPress completely erased everything that I wrote. *sigh* So I’m trying this all again.
I started out something like this:
One of my best friends must be trying to send me a hint or something. He’s very excited about his new blog, viagra as am I, buy cialis and tagged me in that. He added me to a writing group. He tweeted a “webcast” at me about blogging mothers. I think this is the hint I should be taking, right? Thank you for the ever subtle jab, Hayden.
I’m working on it. I’m really having such a hard time fitting in everything that I love to do. Then I look down a couple feet at the 34 month old clinging to my legs and I give myself a little leeway. I’ll get to things.
Anyway, I did want to let you guys know that I can now report that we have a new car. It’s a silver 1997 Volvo wagon with black leather seats that were so well kept and comfortable that I feel like a queen when I sit in it! I’m really looking forward to getting my life (and papers) in order so I can drive it.
We are also saving a lot of money on fuel. Repeat after me: $50 a week. The Volvo can zoom down the road on the lowest grade fuel. It has an 18 gallon tank (unless there’s extra for reserve) and my husband uses only an 18 gallon tank a week rather than a 26 gallon tank plus some of premium fuel.
This does, however, mean that we had to say goodbye to Serenity. She was a good car while she lasted, and I’m thankful that she lasted past her expected date of expenditure. Serenity was also given a lot of TLC from us and also from the amazing mechanics that we had working on her. I was fairly sad to see her go, but she was “decommissioned” and our new car, while in use, still has yet to receive a name.
The fuel situation being what it is and the fact that we no longer fear that a car is going to fall apart when it goes over a pothole, we decided it’s finally time to get out travel on.
This past week we went to the Higgins Armory Museum in Worcester, MA. I took quite a few blurry pictures on my phone. My husband, on the other hand, took some really nice ones which I’m still waiting to get my paws on. For now, you’ll just have to deal with mine.
The armor you see is from all over. Most of the pieces seemed to be from Germany from the 1600s, but there were pieces from Japan, the Middle East, and the curved out shield on some of the armor is something that you’d see on the men that would joust.
I’m hoping to get more time at some point to put educational captions with the pictures, but seeing as I had to rewrite this… HA! Fat chance of that happening today.
I hope you enjoyed these. If you have any questions before I get back to this, feel free to leave them in the comments.
Megan A.K.A. “Mom”