** It's gotta be a scientific fact that kids are 10 times crazier in the summer.

** Kicking your own ass is harder than having someone else kick it for you.

** I'm not above napping in public.

** Someone needs to punch me the next time I decide that 4 weeks without summer camp is a good idea.

** Since we didn't win the Powerball, we really need to step up the lemonade stands.

** You apparently have to say you don't want help out to your car 10,000 times before the cashier at the grocery store finally gets it.

** Too many people forget that less is more, especially when it comes to perfume.

** When the same person butt dials you multiple times in a row, it's hard to know whether to be flattered or annoyed.

** Every brain needs a day off.

** My husband's driving is definitely NOT for the faint of heart.

** I need earplugs about 99.9% of the day.

** 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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