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Midweek Musings

Can you believe we are already halfway through the work week?  I love four day weeks!  Anyway, since I'm trying to jump back on the blogging train, I thought I would keep up the Midweek Musing post to dump some pictures that need somewhere to go. 

When we got back from Lexington on Monday, these beauties were waiting in our mailbox.  We made a big deal of telling the kids by sitting them down for a "family meeting," which of course warranted a courses of whining, grumbling and eye rolling. Ha!  You can image their surprise when we whipped out our Magic Bands!  Ya'll the trip is getting so much closer…aahhh!! 

Ellie's already got her Disney Face on. Ha!  I love this picture so much. She is such a hot mess, and to be honest, I'm slightly concerned about her Diva status.  She is going to be elated this year to meet all of her Disney princesses.

And I can't leave out my boy.  This the picture above was on my Timehop, and I almost cried when it popped up on my screen.  How in the world did he get to be 7 so fast? It's not right.  

On that note, I hope everyone is having a great week and that it keeps getting better. 


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