** Those sneaky Mayans were totally effing with us all along.  I knew it!!!!

** December is one giant money suck.

** Our Elf on the Shelf would be a lot more welcome here if he wrapped presents and actually did "elf" shit.

** Taking a shower lately is definitely a luxury.

** Living next to a house being torn down is a muddy pain in the pooper.

** It is constantly WAY past my bedtime.

** The weatherman is about as accurate as the media is with "breaking news".

** It turns out that not everyone is an asshole after all!  Who knew??!!

** Every single pair of my son's pants have a friggin' hole in the knee.

** I may or may not have accidentally sent out multiple Christmas cards to the same people.  Oops.

** Super-chipped red nail polish just makes ya look like a hooker.  (I speak from experience.)

** The Energizer Bunny needs to teach me all his tricks.

** 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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