Friday, October 18, 2019

Random Tid Bits

  1. A company made a comment on instagram that I'd be a great person to review some of their products. I responded. They sent me a code, and said that I would have to pay for shipping. Not unheard of. I went to pick out my 3 things, only to find out that some of their stuff was out of stock, they had horrible reviews, and their shipping was $15!

    I messaged them saying those things, and that I wasn't interested.

  2. Even though Isaak struggled at the beginning of the school year with homework, he has the best personality when he's not stressed out. He's a goof, he's so willing to try new things (even if he's the odd one out), he's creative, he's personable, and more.

  3. Has anyone else noticed this fashion trend? Lots of chains! I don’t want to feel locked up in my clothes!

  4. I get to hang out with a friend tonight I've had since preschool. Isaak and her son Joey are the same age, and are so similar. They both played basketball, they both played violin, they both are emotional, they both have been made fun of about their hair. Joey has a light streak in the front - kind of like a birthmark. I wish they lived here!

    We're going to Panera, then to the trampoline park in the picture below. It was that, or Spielbound - Board Game Cafe. All other things I get rolled eyes from the boys. Travis wants us out of the house because he has a 10 page paper due at the end of the month.

  5. I took Isaak and a "friend" to a trampoline park a few weeks ago. I'm really hoping they can be friends. He's in most of his classes. The Problem: The kid is friends with the punk that's been making fun of Isaak's hair. I told Isaak, "That punk kid may not have made fun of your friend. Maybe he hangs with him because his other friends hang with him." The kid he hung out with lives only 6 minutes from our house. I snooped to check out the Mom's FB page. She has 6 of the same friends I do. *Fingers Crossed it works!


mail4rosey said...

I hope the friendship works out too. :) I love that your son will do things even if it means he is the odd man out. My youngest is getting to the point where he won't, for fear of being ostracized. Also, basketball is a tougher crowd right now, as he gets older, and I'm not sure I'm in love with that... it was better when he was at the Y. I guess it goes with the territory of getting older.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I refuse to work with any company that I have to pay money for out of my own pocket, even if it is only shipping. Or, if it's a low dollar item, no thanks. It takes way too long to photo, edit, write up a post and promote for low dollar items.

I have not noticed the chain trend, but it looks very oriental to me. I kind of like it.


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