Another week of moments and musing...
*When a having a conversation with a country girl, and she says "Well, isn't that something?!", you may as well stop talking right then and there. She either doesn't understand what you're talking about, or doesn't give a damn. Either way, you are wasting your time.
*I don't care how well it works, when I smell Febreeze my brain immediately starts to imagine all the funky possibilities that would have prompted the use of such a product. I wonder if that's why that clean, fresh scent makes me gag a little?
*Don't tell your children they can eat whatever they want unless you really mean it. I certainly didn't expect whatever to mean mozzarella cheese rolled in bread and dipped in honey, but it did. Blech!
*You know you're a redneck when you've set up your pop-up camper in the school parking lot behind your house to clean it, and instead you find yourself hanging out it in while your kids play. Of course, I could just be a procrastinator...
*I have discovered that people think they are invisible when driving their cars. I have seen people that I am sure would never pick their nose in public, that will really go to town at it while waiting at a stoplight. UGH!!!
*Nothing induces panic like that third hour of a power outage when you start to wonder if the things in your fridge are going to survive. My imagination is an evil thing during times like that.
*Skinny jeans should not come in any size considered a "plus size". It just doesn't make sense.
*I absolutely LOVE getting carded at the "Adult Beverage Center". It means: 1) I haven't visited frequently enough for the cashiers to remember me personally, and 2) I still look youthful enough to be asked. I find myself trying harder to look good on my next visit after the rare occasion that I get carded-- is that sad?
*I notice that there are a lot more of our brand of "hilarious" moments at my house during the first few weeks of school. I suppose exhaustion has something to do with that, but what ever it is, my washing machine is getting a work out!
Until next time...