Friday, May 18, 2012

M is for the Mac 'n Cheese You Gave Me


A little late, but this was among the Mother's Day gifts in Audrey's overstuffed backpack last Friday. Over the years, I've gotten a lot of stuff with hand and/or foot prints, painted flowerpots, and various cards or artwork featuring her photo. What was in your kid's backpack?


Am I not funny? Am I not a clown
Do I not make you laugh?

My husband is still bitching about this one. COOK???

So adamant about the cooking that 
she registered a write-in vote.


Awwww....I do know how to make mac and cheese.


Great. I could really use a new car too. 

14 comments:

  1. I misunderstood her description. I thought it meant, pretty kind, pretty loving, pretty smart, pretty friendly and pretty happy.

    I could use some mac and cheese right about now.

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  2. I wonder if her love of cake drew her to circle that answer. Ha. And I hope that is GLUTEN FREE mac and cheese.

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  3. It almost looks like she wrote 'butlerfly,' which is even better. Too cute!

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  4. I like how she neglected to circle patient or caring in the first box.

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  5. My boys have never described me patient in any mother's day card/letter/bullshit they gave me. Meh. It's overrated.

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  6. That is so cute! Always amusing (and sometimes shocking) to hear what our kids think about us! All in all you did good!

    xx Jazzy

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  7. Pretty????? Good one Audrey!!!

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  8. she made you an invisible car! just like wonder woman's jet! don't forget where you park it.

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  9. Awww.. love this. I actually got choked up at the mac n' cheese part. See? You do know how to cook after all :)

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  10. "like a piece of cake" I can just see Audrey looking at you and you turn into a pink frosted cupcake. : )

    By the way, you are funny! At least I think so ; )

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  11. I love this so much...especially the butterfly and the yellow bit.
    Am pretty sure if my fella filled this in that I'd have a Social Worker calling to me... xxx

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  12. I think TIRED would be circled by my yahoos! I say it so much 'I'm tired of you two fighting! I'm tired of your attitude!' etc.
    I absolutely love it when the kids fill out forms for us at school. SO fun! And I agree that she made you an invisible car. Thanks for sharing!!! :)

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  13. I love this so much, she's so cute.

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  14. I've been a sweet happy girl most of my life. I was diagnosed with Asperger's at four and will soon be twenty-four.

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