Thursday, June 18, 2009

A little advice

I chose number 3 today although it is more of a warning than advice.

If you go into a store like lets say Wally World or Tarjay and your child begs you for a game that we will call Chipmunk Zoo, (not really the name, but I don’t want to be sued by said game maker), anywho do not even consider it..walk away.  This game all be it fun and gives you peace and quiet for hours because they are hard at work building their chipmunk zoo, but when they have saved umpteen zoo’s on your hard drive and you go in and delete quite a few because you computer is running like the slowest turtle that ever lived you will be greeted with crying and how you deleted the best chipmunk zoo they ever made for the same amount of hours that you enjoyed that peace and quiet while they were building the zoo.  So again run don’t walk to the nearest exit of the store and don’t look back…the hours of peace and quiet are not worth the hours of tears and looks of shear disappointment that you will be given.

The Prompts:
1.) Grab your current read. Let the book fall open to a random page and share two “teaser” sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
2.) What do you aspire to be?
3.)Share a piece of unsolicited parenting advice...only I'm soliciting it.
4.)Tell us about your long have you been blogging, when did you start, what were/are your goals for your blog, etc.
5.)If you had 5000 dollars to give away or donate to a charity...explain what you would do with it and why.

Which one will YOU choose??

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  1. Totally agree. I'm pretty sure we have the exact game you are talking about!

  2. I don't have to worry about that just yet, but I will store it in my memory banks for future use, I hope all the tears are done now!

  3. We don't have that problem. I actually have to force Kaish to play the Wii. What is wrong with us? : )

  4. Oh No I just got my computer for christmas, and me not knowing ANYTHING about it let my kids go wild on the two [you know who] games they got for christmas. Oh the things I learn the hard way. I think I better check this out.

  5. I have some more that goes along with what you posted. If you take the kids to an air show and someone gives them a military flying simulator, throw it away. This thing was so large that it would take up all remaining space on my computer. Not to mention to use it you have to give all your personal information to a military institution which will then hound you to keep in touch in case you want to join later.