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** It's not a road trip in our family unless it ends with a souvenir bag of puke.

** Thanksgiving without a nap is like Christmas without a Santa.

** You never realize how much you use your ice maker.  Until your ice maker is broken.

** It is equal parts fun & equal parts pain in the ass to put together our family holiday photo cards.

** Ignoring the laundry for two days is comparable to punching myself in the face.

** I've seen enough dead deer pictures over on Facebook to last me a lifetime, thank you very much.  (Sorry, hunting fans.)

** As soon as my buns hit the toilet or my head hits a pillow, my short people come running.

** I really really really need to train my ears to not hear whining.

** America has evidently decided to just combine three holidays into one so that next year we'll celebrate Hallo-Thanks-Mas.

** A good laugh is just as important as a good cry.

** No ginormous sale or super saver coupon is worth trading in your dignity to fight a crowd of angry shoppers.

** 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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