** As predicted, back-to-school has totally kicked my ass up and down and all around.

** Always trust your gut.  Unless it's telling you to eat a dozen donuts.

** My daughter's wreck of a room looks like a junk store had the stomach flu.

** Goatdog is evidently a HUGE fan of the food in the pantry.

** If I had balls, I would no doubt have sweated them off the past couple of days.

** Homework has reared its ugly head once again.  Boo.  Hiss.

** The questions are as endless as the dirty laundry around here.

** Reasoning with a tired child is about as productive as arguing with a drunk.

** There should really be some kind of a community-wide announcement when it's "Drive Like a Turtle Day".

** You should never give your kid a twenty to buy a snack from the concession stand.  Unless you want your change back in all quarters.

** I am seriously allergic to cleaning.

** 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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