** I am a chocolate chip cookie whore.

** Sinus headaches and motherhood go together about as well as flannel pajamas go with humidity.

** Meal plans that don't include chocolate or wine are clearly not the plans for me.

** Finding a store that still sells Excedrin Migraine is like finding the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.

** It's a pretty sick world we live in when you can't even see a late-night showing of a Batman movie safely.

** Eating with Goatdog around is similar to dining with a ravenous raccoon.

** It's a shame David Hasselhoff isn't as huge as he thinks he is.

** Waving at your neighbor who never waves back is awesome.

** My kids would leave the house naked & lunch-less if my husband was in charge every day.

** I'd rather have a conversation with a wall than with a "one upper".

** Those ginormous grocery shopping carts with the cars should totally be illegal.

** My brain needs to go to the back woods of the back woods and just not think for a while.

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

SO WHAT DID YOU LEARN THIS WEEK???? >>

 

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