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** Sometimes turds just don't want to be flushed.

** I really really heart selling jewelry.

** It's a terribly bad idea to enter a bakery when you're starving.

** Trying to brush my daughter's hair in the morning is like trying to lasso a grizzly bear.

** If you leave dirty dishes on the counter all night, they evidently don't wash themselves.

** Everything is better when a fort is involved.

** And when there's WINE in that fort? Utopia!!!!

** The kids think they're in charge.

** They sure as hell are NOT.

** A pool raft should be inflatable, NOT a giant Easter Bunny.

** Cupcakes should be eaten in multiples.  Period.

** That smudge in the stairwell? It's not dirt.  It's a booger.  Which is awesome.

** A politician would admit that he's crooked before my kids would admit that they're tired.

** I desperately need a compass to point me in the right direction.

** Chucking a ball at your mom's boobs is not as fun as it might sound. At least for your mom anyway.

** Despite what I might think, God does not give me more than I can handle.

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