** The lighting in fitting rooms is nothing short of cruel.

** My toes are sooooo ready for flip flops.

** A clean car is pretty awesome (even if only for five short minutes).

** I probably owe the car wash an apology note.

** The appetites of my children dramatically increase the moment school lets out.

** Men should NOT wear t-shirts that say, "Short & stubby".

** It would be awesome if everyone was as excited to see me as the dog is when I come home.

** Parking lots make me mental.

** The Oprah interview with Lance Armstrong both saddens and disgusts me.

** Feeling a little head lean against your shoulder during story time makes everything all worthwhile.

** If you're gonna have an online girlfriend, it's best to make sure she's real.

** None of my son's pants seem to be free of holes in the knees.  WTF?!

** 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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Comment by Penny Roach on January 18, 2013 at 11:26pm

So very cute!  We must have a lot in common.

I learned this week that it only takes about 45 minutes for my 13 year old son and 4 of his 13 year old buddies to make their way through a week's worth of groceries!

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