Sunday, July 14, 2013

Saturday Snapshots!

 I'm linking up with Run Miss Nelson's Got the Camera for her Saturday Snapshots linky!

Technically it's still Saturday to me because I am still up!  :)
 I officially moved out of the junior high into the elementary this week.  Thankfully my son recruited some of his football buddies to help me move.  There's no way that my daughter and I could have gotten it all done without their help.  I call them "Muscles and Mayhem".  Although they were more mayhem than muscles, we had a good time and got everything moved!


FINALLY finished my kitchen cabinets this week!!  I absolutely love the way they turned out!  However, I will not be painting cabinets again!  That was a rough project!

We really are the Millers!  Hahahaha!!


 My daughter and grandaughter after the 4th of July parade.

 Proud of his new headphones he got with his birthday money.

Yesterday was my youngest son's 6th birthday and we partied at Chuck E. Cheese! 


Here are the cupcakes that my daughter and I made for him.  He is super obsessed with Super Mario.  I was so excited when I finished and he recognized what I had made!

Here is "Super Mario" showing off his new Mario shirts he got at his party!

 Our middle child won his first trophies in motocross tonight! 

That's my week in pictures!  :)


  1. awww your pictures are great. Happy Birthday to your little boy. I like the pic at the movie. Precious.
    I want to know how to paint cabinets..any tips?

  2. Yay! A sixth grade blog to follow! I teach year six in New Zealand!

    I'm glad I found you through the linky! (I am super late with joining in!)

    x Serena x
    Magic Mistakes & Mayhem

  3. I can tell you are a proud mom and grandma. :) The pictures of your week are so sweet. I love your cabinets and the cupcakes, but Chuckie Cheese drives me bonkers. :) My boys drag me there from time to time and leave with my head spinning. :) You are a good mama!
    Creating Lifelong Learners

  4. My tip for painting cabinets...hire someone! Haha just kidding! I actually used the kit Cabinet Transformations. I bought it at Home Depot and it comes with everything you need to redo your cabinets. There's no sanding involved either but there is a step where you use a deglosser which replaces the sanding process. Honestly it wasn't a hard process, it was just timely with a lot of steps. Good luck! :)