Sunday, September 13, 2009

Taxi! Taxi!

I know, I know.....it's been a while since I've been here.

Yes, I am still alive and the entire GRITS household is doing well. Thanks for asking.

We've been in school now for almost six weeks and have a steady stream of nightly homework. And let me tell you I am NOT fit for supervising homework.

But I do.

And nobody has died.

Yet.

And this year we have added a couple of extra-curricular activities into the mix. Because school alone was not enough madness.

This year I became the CEO of a new business, you may have heard of my company.... "Mom's Taxi Service".

I'm sporting a brand new logo this year:



Here's a photo of my client:






Isn't he handsome? And he's a pretty good swimmer too. He started on a local swim team about three weeks ago and practices 2-3 times a week. His first meet is in two weeks.


Here's our new home away from home:


Awesome, huh? I think so.



I have another famous client, I drive on Wednesdays. You may recognize her:





Yep, it's the Princess and her new PINK guitar. She's going to be a rock star.

Or something like that.

And starting next week, Mom's Taxi will be taking her to swim lessons twice a week in hopes of joining her brother on the swim team.

Because we just need one more thing to do!

Mom's Taxi service is open and business is BOOMING!

3 comments:

Muthering Heights said...

LOL, how is the pay?

Kathy said...

I think we work for the same folks. 13 YO: middle school football practice 3x a week, games on Thursdays, playing for TWO baseball teams this fall, practice and/or games on weekends (and this weekend it was SIX games); 11 YO son: baseball practice 2x weekly and games on weekends (but rained out this weekend in Gadsden); 11 YO daughter: cheer practice 2x weekly, games each week. Get to drive across B'ham tomorrow in traffic. Fun!

IRENE said...

Hello,
I have been doing the swimming pool for years. I did my reading for my driver's licence there, between checking on my babies. Unfortunatelly none stuck with it and I have no excuse to go. My"pink" lady wants to take music lessons this year. Hmmm! A new opportunity, perhaps?
P.S. Loved the way you put it!