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** My allergies are acting crazier than Dina Lohan lately.

** Sand in my toes = good.  Sand in my teeth = not so good.

** Processing a thought in this house is about as easy as watching a silent movie blindfolded.

** I hope to shake my ass even 10% as hard as Madonna does at the age of 54.

** Road construction is seriously taking over the world.

** When all else fails, my nine year old tech guy can get the job done.

** Finding an LBD that isn't too prom-ish or too hoochey-ish is surprisingly quite the chore.

** It's all fun and games till the dog bites your penis.

** Political ads make me throw up in my mouth a little bit.

** I really need to bring more long baths back into my program.

** That Honey Boo Boo Show is like a PSA to work out.  And to learn proper English.  And to not be an idiot.

** Whoever decided that football pants should be white should also be in charge of washing those friggin' things!!!

** The very best sleep is always five minutes before your alarm goes off.

** 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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