1) what I lack in in crafty I make up for in tenacity.
2) I should have gotten an otter box cover for my phone the first time.
3) I am powerless against gummi bears when I need to reach a certain dollar amount to use a CVS extra bucks coupon.
4) one of our rats has gotten a taste for flesh. She prefers monkey above all others.
5) five minutes in the car with my returnable milk bottles and 3 days later my car still smells funky.
6) I find it curious that the money for the PA 529 education fund are held in Massachusetts. Course since our capital went bankrupt I guess that’s a good thing.
7)I can not for the life of me understand why anyone would want to by a Mercedes that looks like a mini van.
8) accidentally washed my hair with dog shampoo. My coat is VERY shiny.
9) judging from all of the testosterone supplement commercials, I may be the only female that watches the history channel.
10) watching teenagers in their natural habitat is quite fascinating.
And one to grow on:
When we had a girl, I was bound and determined to not have her be a “look at me look at me” girl. We all want to be pretty. I want to make sure that my children understand the importance of good grooming on the inside too. There are far more examples of chasing youth in the world than chasing enlightenment. Especially for a girl. I want to befriend the 40 something year old woman at the gym who his holding on so tightly to her looks and her youth that she is strangling the life out of both. The effect comes off as desperation. I want to tell her that she is worth more than that. What happens to the ” look at me look at me” girls when no one is looking anymore? Or worse yet, when they are looking, but more as if they are seeing a train wreck. I realize the judgement that comes with this theory, but I just can’t believe that she is happy. I can’t decide if it’s worse if she is…E