Very short post today to remind you all that come 1 July, Google Reader disappears. This means if you're getting ikatbag posts by Google Reader, you'll need a new alternative. I've imported all my to-read blogs onto Feedly. I hear there are others like it e.g. Bloglovin' so know that at least you've got choices.
Here is ikatbag on Feedly, so you can see how it looks.
Either way, remember to get all your must-read blogs moved over from Google Reader so you don't lose any of us!
I'll try and get the Lunch-Buckets-In-The-Shop post out tomorrow (or Saturday) if I can, so you can go shopping. We're doing a garage sale tomorrow (I know, I'm nuts - but in my defence, we only do one every three years or so) so I might not get to the computer till who knows when. I'm getting rid of some cardboard stuff - let's see which neighbors are cool enough to pick those up. I desperately want to toss out the cardboard grocery shop because it's such a space hogger. I've tried several times already but they kids always wail and moan and give me the Absolutely Miserably Shattered To Death look and convince me not to. So that stays. But Trainville goes. Managed to get the kids to say yes (they bargained to keep the actual engine and cars, though).
And, for the first time, I'm garage-sale-ing something I've sewn - the kids' crib linen. How do you put a price (and a cheap one, at that) on something handmade? Enough time has passed that I no longer feel sentimental about the associated baby memories. But, still - all those hours of work! What do you guys do with your handmade stuff when you no longer need them?