** It takes me three WEEKS to recover from three NIGHTS of going out.

** If you're ever questioning your parenting abilities, turning on "Mommy Dearest" will make you feel like Mother of the Century.

** I really wish my UPS man was cuter.

** My son wants to wear shorts all year long.  We live in Chicago.  This could be a problem.

** Losing your place while reading a Harry Potter book to your kids on the Kindle Fire is an EPIC FAIL.

** They're apparently selling a $2.5 million "Fantasy Bra", which is yet another reason why I'll never be a damn Victoria's Secret model.

** Thinking doesn't really seem to be my strong suit these days.

** After all this time, my kids STILL haven't learned that cleats are OUTDOOR shoes.

** It's kinda hard to eat soup with a fork.

** Creating a DIY Halloween costume makes me feel like Martha Stewart.  With wine.  And less prison time.

** Goatdog is clearly NOT a fan of Raggedy Ann.  Or her scary, red yarn hair.

** 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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