Monday, January 26, 2009

Evie vs. Dance Class

And so it begins . . . Evie managed to get out of dance class by hiding her dance clothes and one ballet slipper. Chuck and I tore the house apart looking for her stuff until it was obvious we wouldn't find it in time for her class. The bad part is that the house was spotless for a showing that afternoon, and I had done all the laundry that week so the stuff should have been easy to find. We have no idea how she could hide a purple sequined skirt. If I don't find it by Friday, I'll have to buy her new stuff because there is no way she's getting out of another class -- I paid way to much for this and it's a matter of principle that she doesn't quit.

4 comments:

Jess said...

What a smart little girl. I hope you find it.

Emily said...

You're showing your house? That was fast!

Theresa said...

we took it off the market but someone called and wanted to know if we would still consider selling it and if it could be shown on sat. it is officially off the market for now unless the people who looked make us an offer.

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