Sarah's Blog – December 2012 Archive (4)

Who Needs Rechargeable Batteries When You Have...

There is nothing like working in the restaurant industry to make you doubt the sanity and rationalizing abilities of our species. 



Like yesterday, when I had a woman ask for a new wine glass because her glass smelled funny.  Let me repeat that.  The GLASS SMELLED FUNNY.  The wine was fine, but man that cup had to go. 



It takes a certain type of crazy to deal with people like that.  Luckily I seem to have it covered. 



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Added by Sarah on December 30, 2012 at 11:49pm — No Comments

The Mac N Cheese Incident of 2012

My son has been sitting in his high chair for about 20 minutes now going for the gold in lunch picketing.  Bet you didn't know that was an Olympic sport huh?  Well in this family it is.  Apparently he is not feeling Mac N Cheese today because it's the fancy Christmas dinner kind and not the kind that comes out of a box labeled Kraft.  Ooooh, life altering big freakin difference there! 



I tried to explain to him that he was acting a fool and he would not be getting…

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Added by Sarah on December 27, 2012 at 4:17pm — No Comments

The Joys Of The Little Things And Nothing At All

Today my apartment is a hot mess.  There are cheerios on the floor, batteries overtaking the table, half drank  beverages on any and all hard surfaces, fingerprints and smudges on the glass, enough toys and empty boxes to make my normally somewhat together son beside himself with over stimulation, and an odd amount of clothing strewn about.  And I don't give a fudgesicle. 



Today I'm watching my lovely goofball giggle and scream with excitement whilst running amuck…

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Added by Sarah on December 27, 2012 at 4:17pm — No Comments

Let's Talk About My Child Now

I am the queen of dominating a conversation, especially ones I wasn't involved in to begin with.  Having trouble coming up with ways to bring your child into a otherwise lame conversation is a toughie though, here are some surefire ways to get the ball rolling.



1.  "Oh I hear you're discussing how you finally finished your master's degree?  That's awesome but hey, I created life, here are some pictures.  I bet they're a lot cuter than your…

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Added by Sarah on December 27, 2012 at 4:16pm — No Comments

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