Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Some people..

I normally babysit a handicap child (actually an adult, but looks like a child) every Sunday. No biggie, it's extra cash, and I've been babysitting for the family for about 16 years.

They are a wealthy family and have a two other children who are 16 and 13 years old and have no problems.

They have a maid/nanny that comes to the house Mon-Saturday from 6:00am - 8:00pm.

So my gist of this rambling is.... She calls me today at work, to ask if I was available on Sunday to babysit. SUNDAY as in Easter Sunday!

I mean I should be use to this because I babysit, pretty much every holiday for her... including Christmas Eve simply because they don't want to "hassle" with her, while they are with the whole family for dinner.

But sometimes, I just want to say.. that's your daughter.. it's a holiday... spend some time with her!

Anyone else think this is a little crazy?


On to something that makes me happy..... (not my hand)

I am in love with the Passion Fruit Shaken Iced Tea Lemonades from Starbucks! With Spring weather in the air and temps in the 70's these are much yummier then hot coffee.

~ciao bitches

5 days until NYC


regarding the True or False questions from yesterday ...

~false : U.S medical/ dental offices do this as a courtesy for patients.


  1. ugh, not cool of them. but cool of you for being such an awesome person in her life!

  2. i hope you told them no. i mean, it's hard. you need the cash. i get that. but come on. my goodness. shame on them.

    ps - nyc!

  3. I agree with you on that family. I also loveeee the half ice tea and half lemonade drinks from Starbucks... xxooo

  4. It does sound a bit cold of them to leave her behind.

  5. I love that Passion Fruit Lemonade....LOVE IT!!!

  6. Aww, that is really sad :-( But that drink sure does look yummy!!! It's beautiful here too :-)

  7. Eww...remind me to avoid mothers like that at all cost. What a biatch! She needs to be making easter eggs with her kids and let you have the day off! Its easter...christ has risen! Lol.

  8. Oh man, that just gave me a heaping case of the sads. She's lucky to have someone as sweet as you to spend time with.

    I've been such a shut in lately with the baby I didn't even know they had that at 'bucks. I must send the man out to fetch me some. It sounds delish.

  9. LOVE the shaken teas! And I couldn't agree with you more on the babysitting front.

  10. That is definitely a little odd. That tea looks divine!