Friday, September 28, 2007

Lovin' my New Lunch Box! (Pretty in Pink)

I wanted to share my new Barbie lunch box...we were at Target with the family last Friday night walking down the clearance isle. Steph said, "mom you should get this lunch box".
Since I did need a new one, I thought, Why not? And at the price of $2.38, what a bargain......So what if I am "51" and a Mimi! I knew that my co-
worker, Amy would get a kick out of it, well it turns out, she is jealous and wants one too ...LOL...Goes to show, you are never too old to have fun. I really like the bottom compartment to hold my bottle water. The only disadvantage is, my Smart One frozen meals won't fit...oh well...I switched this week to sandwiches.
Whatever you do, have fun in life..................P.S. no, I did not wear pig-tails to work! Although, I thought about it....

12 comments:

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Mom you are crazy.

Steph

More Than A Single Mom said...

Wow, you have become my idol. Your luchbox puts my daughter's to shame! Love it.

Glass Half Full said...

Ok, Mimi, I've never seen this side of you!! :)

Lori

Lisa said...

I had a Disney Princess lunchbox last year. Of course, that was because I'm too cheap to by myself one and just used Alisha's old one.
My students thought it was great that Mrs. Mongold had the same lunchbox as some of them.
I like the pigtails!

Tiff said...

LOL my daughter wanted to know where you got it. LOL! I love your hair! you should have worn it that way to work!

Crooked Eyebrow said...

OH I love it! That's great!

chrissy said...

Love it!!!

To Think is to Create said...

you are so funny!

Lisa said...

You are pretty in pink!

Life With All Boys said...

HA! I love the lunch box.

My Wonderful Men... said...

If you can't find your box one day don't look at me.....

Lady Shanny said...

I saw a comment you left on CrookedEyebrow and trotted on over here to lend some encouragement. As I was scrolling through, I had to stop and look. You are gorgeous! GORGEOUS!

So, motivation: perhaps, even if you don't feel like sitting alone, you won't be alone for long. I attended my first meeting ever completely alone and now, 5 weeks later, there are 3 or 4 of us that sit together and encourage each other. The nice thing about it is that I didn't go looking to add on to my friendship circle. And I don't know anything but these people's first names. The only thing we talk about is how each other are doing and give each other encouragement.

Maybe if you go alone, because your friend isn't there to chat, you will find an encouragement buddy, just for that 1/2 hour a week.

:)