Can you hear me now?
I think I remember how to do this! I only had to reset my password like 18 times but I am IN and we are BACK! If only someone had tried to steal our identity and go viral before now, perhaps our blog wouldn’t be defunct. Oh well! Big shout out to Lyz or whatever her name was for spurring us into action.
But anyway, we are alive and well and have been doing lots of fun things for the past couple years. Jenny mentioned some, but I thought I’d try to make her Non-Comprehensive List slightly less non-comprehensive, so I took a stroll through our Instagram feeds.
My LORD that girl takes a lot of pictures of herself.
At least she doesn’t mind looking like a moron in some of them.
Let’s see, what did we do for the past two years?
Well, we had two more editions of #SpreadsheetThanksgiving.
I’ve come a long way since the American cheese and spaghetti crock pot incident, people.
Our kids went trick or treating together. It was the 14th year in a row for these two.
Can you believe that? Me either. I would have been crying if I had not decided to take a red solo cup with me this year. Do you know how much wine fits in one of those things? A LOT. I think I stunned the neighbors by actually, like, talking to them as we walked through the ‘hood. Wine makes me FEEL THE THINGS, evidently.
Jenny’s been through several different phases of obsession since we’ve last talked. This photo demonstrates two such stages.
She never tires, though, of her own face! And it’s only gotten worse now that she is in love with her hair.
Karma is a funny thing, though, because all the time I’ve spent making fun of Jenny’s vanity has come back to bite me in the @ss in the form of my 14 year old daughter, whose prized possession – a gigantic floor-to-ceiling mirror – brought Jenny to tears.
Well there you have it, the highlights, at least as far as we remember them. Thank you for the warm welcome back to our little corner of the internet, friends. We’re glad to be home.