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** Complete strangers REALLY like to tell me the whole story of their lives, regardless of how horrifically TMI it might be.

** The "Mind Blowing Science Kit" is clearly an outside toy.  Ugh.

** I apparently can't watch a school performance without crying like a baby.

** The Christmas decorations in all the overzealous stores are really pissing me off.

** At this point, winning the lottery is easier than finding a freaking babysitter.

** We may very well eat all the Halloween candy before Halloween.

** The snooze button on my husband's alarm clock may go bye-bye if it continues to wake me up at the ass-crack of dawn.

** I wish my stupid epiphanies took place at a better hour than 3 AM.

** Entirely too many people consider themselves "experts" on entirely too many things.

** Every parent's mantra should be "Think Before You Volunteer".

** Somewhere there's a beach and a cabana boy calling my name.

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

SO WHAT DID YOU LEARN THIS WEEK???? >>

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