- Jul 18, 2007
Who's getting it? What do you think about it?
I really liked the "Changing Lives one Party at a time" shirt....and I'd love to know where to get one!
I ordered the "Hand over the kitchen tools and no one gets hurt" from last year, and the new one for this year about "not making dinner, making dinner easier" (or something like that). But would like the Changing Lives one!! So if you know hte source, post it.
I MAY get the PC version. It would stand out (I'm thinking at the gym!). But I want to get a few other things, so if I can add it without drastically impacting shipping, I may go ahead and get it. For the slightly higher price, hopefully it will be one of the nicer quality T-shirts like what I have.
Okay, I just need to say this, and please don't send me hate mail.... - maybe I'm a stick in the mud....but I really don't care for the whole "team" shirt thing.
First - some of them have what to me could be construed as suggestive sayings on them. I really don't want to be wearing anything that could be considered an innuendo. Plus, I don't think that sayings like "My DCB could beat your crockpot" are very professional, and are just not the image I want to project when I'm out in public. They are cutesy - but I'm not a cutesy type person. And then, there is the whole wearing what everyone else is wearing thing. Which I think is cute for my little guy as a cub scout, but I really don't want to go there as an adult.
Sorry - I know lots of people love the whole matchy matchy t-shirt thing, but it's not for me, and not for my team.
Last year, we just used texting to find each other.
... However, even though I like the NEON green one even less Sheila how can I order one!!! LOL If I can find an extra sum of money to purchase the T-shirt when I place a Merril order then I may consider it. We'll see
LOL You girls crack me up!!! (Yes, I ended that sentence with a preposition! )
"Up" is not a preposition as used in this statement, it's an adverb describing how you are being cracked. "Up" is a preposition when used in other ways, such as "You girls crack me up the wall!!!"
Yes, 15 years of homeschooling did teach me something. Plus I have a grammar nazi in the house.