Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Super Linerider

I've been a bit busy the last few days!

I've been trying to keep my house clean, my laundry caught up; groceries bought and put away, attend Bo's soccer game and still try to finish my spring cleaning. Keeping busy is a good thing.

Today, I have another busy day planned! I have an appointment in Saline at 9:30 a.m. I really need to try and get the lawn mowed after that. I am going to make the kids homemade chicken noodle soup for dinner; this has to be made before I go to work because I go right to Awana from work. I think that will cover much of my day. (Breath)

I'd better get busy; I still have much to do before I take Bo to school.

Bo asked me last night to help him post Super line flyer on our blog. I was busy at the time and told him I'd help him in the morning before he went to school. I guess he tried to post it himself last night. He somehow downloaded the Detroit Tiger's website?

Don't ask me, I don't know.

Bo loves this game and plays it often.

This game site is great for young boys.

Thank you for the comment Jim! This is what Bo was trying to load.




Below is the website, just incase you can't open the link.

http://www.official-linerider.com/play.html

4 comments:

Jim said...

Hi Lori -- Mrs. Jim is my tiger. Way back on 12/31/2005 I posted about the tigers a little. I just looked and it didn't mention Mrs. Jim though.

Thanks for the backyard pictures. I enjoyed them.
I see your town will be like those little Iowa towns, as they will all soon be growing those blue round things in the back yard. [See "What Color Is Iowa?" post of 7/28/2006.]
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lori said...

Hi Jim,

This post is something Bo was trying to put on. I think he was trying to post his new Super Lineflyer.

Sheila said...

I love this time of year, spring cleaning and getting the garden tidy.
Sounds to me like you have been doing the same thing..
Home made chicken soup sounds good..!

lori said...

Sheila,

I have been hanging my clothes out to dry on the clothes line. The clothes smell so fresh and clean.

Blessings,

Lori