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** The time change is making me think I'm late to everything.  (O.k., so later than usual).

 

** My town has already put up its Christmas decorations.  So we can now eat our Halloween candy under the mistletoe.

** After a thorough cleaning of my daughter's room, turns out there isn't a dead body in there after all.

** Sesame Street is probably partying like Bourbon Street as a result of the election.

** Pretending like you didn't see the sign for the "15 Items or Less" lane is evidently a popular thing to do.

** Donald Trump really needs to be introduced to duct tape.  For his big mouth.

** Winter might be ready for us, but I am soooooooo not ready for Winter.

** It literally makes my stomach sick to think about how much hatred is floating around this great country of ours.

** Throwing someone under your bus that is already on its way to crashing is so not cool.

** Bad wine is just a total waste of calories.

** Old "Seinfeld" reruns never fail to make me happy.

** 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 Mom Bloggers Club on November 9, 2012 at 1:19pm

We always love your posts! So entertaining and funny! Thank you for sharing your words with the community.

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