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T-Shirts made with Cricut

"Stay-at- home moms sit around all day doing nothing." This is a
pervasive belief that a LOT of people carry around in their little
brains. So I propose to show you a few little things this current
stay-at-home-mom-doing-nothing has been doing for the last few weeks.
So that if you are also a stay-at-home-doing-anything kind of person,
and you get a compliment for making/creating/designing/you get the
idea, anything like this...just reply: "Oh, it was nothing!". Just my
2 cents for the day. Now on to the shirts...

The shirts were made for my Middle-school son and his friends for a Bocce tournament.
Here he is modeling. Me: "Sean, you look so enthused! Geez kid, could you smile?!" Sean: "Oh, I thought you were just taking a picture of the shirt."
Here they all are...They look Cool!...BTW, It was also pajama day, which explains the rest.
Apparently my son sleeps in very long black socks...God help me!

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