Friday, March 22, 2013

The Answers...

Last week I participated in a Linky Party the game was "2 truths and a lie"
These were my 3...

1.  My mom wears combat boots and rides a motorcycle ( well she did about 15 years ago:)

2. When I was a teenager my friends and I jumped off bridges by the ocean for fun.

3.  When I was 18 a friend of mine and I climbed up to the top of a oil pump rig in the desert.

Well what do you think?  Which one do you think is not true?  I hope you join in, I've been smiling the whole time I've been typing this:)

1.  Yes that's my mommy, a military veteran - she probably would still ride a motorcycle if she could!
2. friends and I did that in sunny California around the Seal Beach area:)
3.  Nope...wanted to but never did!  Some of you got it right:)  (My mother - in - law knows me better than I thought - lol (((hugs - Toni)))

So this week went by really fast...

1.  I got organized with this

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I feel so much better now that all my printed papers are organized!

2.  We found some colored eggs at the store (YEA!!!) I thought I would never find them...I don't know why Panama doesn't have them!  I don't think they do the colored egg thing...


 The younger kids and I did some pinterest inspired math:)

3.  and then I created something for the older kids...

I love all the colored egg ideas out there!  What are you doing with your colored eggs this year?

4.  My little  hijita and I went out for breakfast to our favorite little place for her birthday and then we went shopping...she picked out a beautiful dress and's going to get cold here has already started raining again!

Almost Done

5.  I added a new etsy store link on my blog and facebook!  A lot of Indian can check it out here -  PanamaArt.

These are my favorites...what do you like?
 Wallets made by local Indiginous  Indians  Hand stitched Flower Patterns

It's been a fun week...and now for a giveaway ( you know you'll always find a giveaway here:)

I'm linking up with these wonderful blogs below- Have a great weekend!



  1. There are SO many uses for colorful plastic eggs - I'm amazed at the number of ideas out there for them :) Last year after Easter I scoured the sale bins and got packs of them for 10 and 25 cents! :)


  2. Hola! Plastic colored eggs are not a tradition in my country even though is a cosmopolitan nation. I'm glad you were able to find them. I used to get them for my little one back in the day on base. Enjoy our tropical weather...I miss it so much! I'm following your adventures now on
    GFC and facebook as well! Have a Great Week!


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