Thursday, August 23, 2012

A Real Conversation


Here is a real conversation I had with Big D a few days ago:

Big D: "Hey, did you know that they came out with an app for Pinterest the other day?"

Me: "Already using it."

Big D: "Of course you are.  Is that all you do?"  In concurrence with a major eye roll in my direction.

It comes to no one's surprise that I love Pinterest.  And to my credit I have actually used, or made things from Pinterest.  

I have used several of the fitness workouts that I have pinned during my Stroller Strides classes.  300 Abs is by far my favorite, but the Tank Top Arms came in a close second.

There have been some yummy recipes that my whole family (including Big D) have enjoyed.  Check these one out on my recipe board: Hawaiian Baked Ham & Swiss Sandwiches, Corn on the cob in the oven, Penne Rosa

Another reason why I love Pinterest is because I can see what interests my friends have whether they be fleeting or long lasting.

-One friend is pinning ideas for a Theater room, I know she is dreaming about a house they will buy soon.
-One friend always pins very vintage clothing
-One friend must be the Primary Music Leader because she is always pinning for primary music ideas
-I can tell when another friend is letting her daughter help pin because there are many pins of whales and horses.
-One friend was on a total dessert kick and pinned a hundred delicious looking desserts.
-One friend is getting ready for school to start because I am watching her pin lots of ideas for her classroom.
-One time I even emailed a friend to ask her if she was pregnant because she was pinning maternity clothes.  I don't recommend doing this because it turns out she was NOT pregnant (we were close enough friends that I did not offend her though).  

Oh, the fun I have on Pinterest!

BTW - you wanted to know how to wear your scarves.  Check out my pin 40 Ways to Tie a Scarf.

Happy Pinning!
-Miss T

*And I love pinning on my ipad now thanks to that new app!

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Sisters Synchronized Swimming

KK -

Can you remember all of the dance routines we made up in our backyard, on the trampoline, driveway or at the beach?  I think we even did some in the pool.

Well, I know that you and I both LOVED the synchronized swimming at the London 2012 Olympics.  There were some "golden" sisters who got inspired as well, and made their own synchronized swimming routine.  It is hilarious! 

I hope we are still doing things like this when we are their age.

Too Fun!  That is what sisters are all about.

-Miss T

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Calling all WOMEN!

"Man, I Feel Like A Woman!"

This is a Cutler girl tradition that includes all of our friends, neighbors, co-workers, cousins, aunts, grandmas, nieces and more.

We hope all of you will join us this year!

Team Poster 2012

TEAM NAME: Cutler Crew
TEAM LEADER: Tanya Cutler

*If you register before September 1st, it is only $20 for the non-competitive waves*

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

A True Picket

A Pickett Picket - a post or stake made of crazy Picketts!

Can  you tell we had a great time in McCall?

-Miss T

Thursday, August 2, 2012

A 9 lb Double Date


I'm so glad we got to go on one last double date with our "boys" before you end your time here in Seattle.  

Big D chose to have us all go out to eat at Gorditos.   This is the home of the 9 lb burrito.  It is literally the size of a new born baby.  In fact, there are pictures of swaddled newborns laying next to these burritos that are framed and hung around the restaurant.

Big D and Mr. P ordered the 9 lb burritos with the determination to eat them in one sitting.  When the burritos arrived at our table, we could not believe how big they actually were.

Even mine and your burritos were gigantic in their own respect.  To no one's surprise the boys did finish eating their burritos and we did not.

It was a tasty double date and we will gladly do it again the next time you are in Seattle.

-Miss T