THAT Family Tree Society-Issue 21

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Picture of the week:

The Week in Review:

On our long, long journey home from a Thanksgiving Gone Wrong (1 out of 2 people got the flu), we stopped at a cotton field (who knew this was a dream for my children? A dream! I tell you!) My hubby gave them an agricultural lesson. Boy, is he smart. They must have been impressed because they hurried home and planted the cotton seeds in my front yard.

Introduction into Society: Welcome Supernanny Where Are You (a question I've asked myself often) She submitted this post!

1.    Tell us a little about your blog (name/reason why you blog): 

Supernanny Where Are You?  I blog to get some stress relief.  I am a mom, and a mail carrier, and we have family far away that constantly bug us to give them updates.  That's why I blog....oh, and it is cheaper than therapy, and even better in my opinion, because since we are THAT family I love getting comments from other members of the club.

2.    How long have you blogging? 

I have had my blog for about a year, but I really started blogging a few months ago.  

3.    How would you define THAT family? 

Not completely crazy, just trying to survive without killing each other.  

4.    When did you discover you were a part of THAT family?  

I think it was when we missed our flight home from vacation.  

5.    Where can we find your blog?


Mc Allen said...

well, your blog is great!! Im off to check more of it out ;0) LA

Cathy | Mommy Motivation said...

Hi! Welcome to the club!


Lisa said...

I can remember when I was driving in southern Oklahoma going to a training. I saw cotton growing out in the field and like a tourist, had to stop and go pick some myself. I have always lived in Oklahoma but never saw cotton. Wheat, some corn, and of course maze or head feed, but never cotton, nor peanuts. I think that is so cool to see it growing. I only took a couple pieces, so not to be arrested for stealing!!! do you think they would buy that story? It was only two pieces officers, just two pieces!!! Yeah right!