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** Cooking would be so much more enjoyable if someone did it for me.

** No matter the question, duct tape is ALWAYS the answer.

** I'm apparently a "lame" fort builder.

** There are so many hot World Cup soccer players and so little time to drool over them.

** Sitting down for more than two seconds is evidently a crime.

** I'm a mom, after all.

** If you eat a giant cupcake with your eyes closed, the calories are all erased.  (Right?  RIGHT???!!!)

** I wouldn't recognize a dull moment if it came up and punched me in the face.

** Gloomy skies and laziness clearly go hand in hand.

** There's always gotta be that one kid who's the MASTER of stopping up your damn toilet.

** Steamed brussel sprouts smell like steamed ass.

** Just because you tell your kids something 9,999 times does not mean that they'll listen.

** 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 darla halyk on June 21, 2014 at 2:41pm

so cute! Love it

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