** Just hearing the word "lice" makes my head itch.

 

** A freight train accompanied by a brass marching band would be quieter than my children.

 

** Halloween decorations make me happy.

 

** Sun-baked dog poop is anything but easy to scoop.

 

** People actually eat fried Kool-aid without being paid to do so.  WTF?!

 

** Glitter glue should totally be illegal.

 

** Kid shoe shopping is much more productive when a cookie bribe is on the line.

 

** Skinny Cow ice cream sandwiches are best consumed in multiples.  Just sayin'.

 

** My son would rather sleep with a rock than a stuffed animal.

 

** I'm having a REALLY hard time biting my tongue over the absurdity involved with homework.

 

** My husband makes fun of me for watching "Jersey Shore" but is willing to sit through two whole hours of a Steve Bartman documentary.

 

** I'm ready for bed before my kids are anymore.

 

** We've lost one of the most incredible innovators of our time -- RIP, Mr. Jobs.

 

** Despite what I might think, God does not give me more than I can handle.

 

SO WHAT DID YOU LEARN THIS WEEK?  LEAVE A COMMENT & TELL ME!!! >>

 

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