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** Surprisingly, a quiet house kinda creeps me out.

** Mother Nature is a ruthless Bitch with a capital "B".

** "The Great Gatsby" was unfortunately not all that great.

** I would get lost inside a cardboard box.  (No, seriously, how do I get out of this thing?)

** Grown men fighting in a bar is the very definition of STUPIDITY.

** When you're a parent and your head itches, you automatically think LICE.

** You can take the kids out of the campsite, but you can't take the campsite out of the kids.  (Pee-you!)

** Garrett's caramel popcorn is ridonkulously addictive.

** A bath is so much more fun when bubbles are involved.

** Little League games continue to make my heart hurt.

** "Don't bounce the ball in here" must evidently sound like "Bounce the crap out of the ball in here."

** My kids would rather die from exhaustion than ever admit to being tired.

 ** 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 Mary Stedul on May 29, 2013 at 12:07pm

Not so much this week... I've learned that if you say your opinion on the Interenet you must be crazy or sick or whatever... Because, no mather how clever you are, your opinion will always be stupid and irrelevant. And I've learned it the hard way. :)
I agree that mother Nature is a ruthless Bitch (with a capital B) and by the end of every week I say to my self exactly that: God doesn't give me more than I can handle. Although, sometimes I wonder.... :)

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