** A successful night is when the Tooth Fairy remembers to do her duty AND even has change for a twenty!  Holla!

** Nine year olds evidently need to be reminded not to stick jelly beans up their noses.

** It's amazing how a closed bathroom door means nothing to my kids until they're the ones behind it.

** I like road trips about as much as I like sharp slivers of glass in my eyes.  (And in case you're wondering, I don't really like sharp slivers of glass in my eyes.)

** The dollar aisle at Target always ends up costing me WAY more than a dollar.

** When you find chewed up gum in the dog's paw, it's probably time to ban gum from the short people.

** Peacocks are seriously loud.  And a little bit crazy.

** A cane-wielding woman with a mullet is pretty entertaining to watch.  Especially when she's mounting a Harley.

** An innocent backyard game of kickball can turn very ugly very quickly.

** All this together time is making us want to kill each other.

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

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