Flat Kari in Arizona!

A Grace Full Life

The more I reblog about Flat Kari, the more jealous I am getting of that bi**. 
You will notice that in my 2021 note writing.

First published July 11, 2014

Hello friends, it has been a while since we have seen Flat Kari.
She is okay; I know you were concerned.
I got more worried emails about her than I ever have in my life.
You realize she is a piece of cardboard?
The next stop is Arizona!
My sister-in-law Kristy travels for her job, and I got to go along like a big person!
Take it away, Kristy…

Flat Kari was originally supposed to have an exotic adventure to India, but when her visa wasn’t processed in time, her trip changed to Scottsdale (yay for not having to take a 19-hour flight!) 
Flat Kari’s flights to Phoenix were on time, she was prepared for the long flights ahead. Gum?…

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Favorite Things, Humor, Nonsense, Tater Tots

Screw It, I’m Eating Tater Tots- Episode 24 (Oops, I Skipped One)

I was looking through old tater tot posts to figure out what episode I was on, and it turns out I never wrote a 20th episode. Oops. Nobody's perfect. This immediately made me think of this song: Because Anna (and Ella) watched this show like Billy Ray Cyrus was paying them to do… Continue reading Screw It, I’m Eating Tater Tots- Episode 24 (Oops, I Skipped One)


Flat Kari’s Adventures

A Grace Full Life

Years ago, there was a paper version of me cavorting around the United States of America. Some of you might not know this because this was before you started reading. I feel like 2021 is the time to bring this information to the light of day. So I will share “her” adventures over the course of the next couple of re-blogs.

Oh, and I unpublished the other posts so you can’t read ahead. 




First published May 23, 2014

Every time I hear the term “Flat Kari”, I get flashbacks to high school.

Because I was flat in high school.
Then I had two babies, and I got myself some boobs.

Thanks, Anna and Ella! Finger guns!

Those who have children or who are educators will know about the Flat Stanley Project.
Basically, a paper version of a child is mailed to points unknown…

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