It's Thursday again...if you've learned something...don't forget to share it!
1) I’m ashamed to admit it but I lie to my dogs. When I want them to eat their food, I tell them that it looks absolutely delicious! This morning I said, “Look guys, this morning you have stew! Yummy!”
2) I am so loving my Grey’s Anatomy Wii game. What better way
to do surgery without getting my hands dirty. Now, if only I could figure out how to make money while playing it.
3) I have avoidance issues…I have a few things that I need to do
but I am chicken. I know that I need to get fitted for
bras that fit. My girls are “screaming” and I can’t wait to wiggle
out of them before the day is over. But, the thought of being
measured….sends me sweating. I also hate, hate, avoid, did I say, hate…balancing my checkbook. I already know that the funds are low so why see it in writing?
4) My dogs are co-dependent. They will starve unless I stand by their food dishes and watch them while they eat. The minute I walk away, they are done. Yesterday, I wasn’t home when Boo fed them and they refused to eat. When I walked in the door, they ran to their food.
5) When I don’t even realize it, I play air piano when I’m driving. I caught myself “playing” when I saw someone staring at me with their mouth hanging open.
6) Football would be a much better sport if it was ran by women. First off, unnecessary pushing, face guarding, unnecessary roughness…all of that would be cause for sitting the bench in a time out the rest of the game. Then, before the game starts, each team would have to shake hands and greet each other friendly like. (By the way, I’ve learned so much reading the book by Holly Robinson Peete – Get Your Own Damn Beer, I’m Watching the Game. I can tell I’m annoying amazing him with my new found knowledge.)
7) It’s nice getting together with friends from high school after 28 years. So much time has passed that all of the childish antics are far behind.
8) Two year olds don’t have much to contribute to the dinner conversation so Baby Boo spends her time saying, “Mmm mmm mmm mm” with every bite. Every now and then, she’ll say, “I love you Momo” or “I love you Daddy” and then take another bite. I can’t wait until she’s at the age where we don’t have to discuss Sponge Bob and Patrick like they are long lost friends.
9) Mary, the lady at the assisted living place remembered me yesterday and her face lit up like a neon light when I said I was going to make her goodies the next time I came. She struggled to say something and then came out with something that sounded like “bread”. A lady after my own heart…I can eat bread and butter for days…especially sourdough.
10) It feels so good to set small goals and achieve them…if only it’s just for a day.
What have you learned?
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