Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Won't you take me to Funkytown?

We're going to see Alvin and the Chipmunks on Sunday* and in honor of that Pamela bought the entire album on iTunes. Now, every day on the way to school Seth insists on listening to "Funkytown" by Alvin and the Chipmunks. It gets a little stuck in my head:). I'm sure it will soon surpass Jingle Bells (which finally made it to our #1 played!) on the top 25.

Here's an ATC that I made for Pamela:

Amy had a great suggestion that everyone could make her some to hang in her locker. She would LOVE that! If you're reading this and you want to make an ATC for Pamela, please send me a comment and I'll send you my mailing address to mail it to (and Pamela and I will make an ATC for you, they are trading cards:).

My ticker wasn't working last night, but when my friend was here and the kids were on break last week, I walked a total of 3 miles - in a week. That's sort of no where close to my 33 miles that I need to be doing a week. But this week I have walked 8 miles (which is still short of my goal but better!).

*While we have movie theaters here (which is AWESOME!) the kids movies are dubbed in Polish (adult movies - wait that doesn't sound right, how about non-kid movies? - are usually shown in the original language with Polish subtitles - unless the original language is Polish;). Sometimes the English speaking schools or embassies will arrange a special showing with no dubbing. That's how we know we're going on Sunday:).


  1. I think that is a great idea about making Pamela an ATC. She will be so surprised.

  2. It's such a cute movie...a lot of oldies in daughter was wondering how the heck I knew the words to the songs when the movie had just come out*!*

    I am old...

  3. Send me Pamela's address, I haven't made an ATC but I have been wanting to give it a try. Is it 2x3 inches?

  4. I'm in..send me the address!


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