but learned again this month:
- Undercooked onion rings are a huge disappointment.
- Even if you buy the Mother’s Day cards a week early, you won’t get them out on time.
- My son won’t eat the second pop-tart in the pack. Doesn’t matter when he opened it. The second one is no good.
- I can leave my house, get to See’s Candies, hand pick selections for an entire one pound box, get out of the store and be home again in less than thirty minutes. And only two minutes of that is for candy decisions.
- Whenever I buy new sheets, I have to pay full price. No matter what size, what color, fitted, flat, cases or shams, what I want is NEVER on the clearance rack.
- I feel calmer when there are at least four avocados and ten tomatoes in the house.
- Clothing designers do not know how to dress full figured women.
- The rarely encountered super sweet watermelon is well worth the cash you waste on all the ones you hoped were good, but found were not.
- My son is really tall and there are no pants in the world that fit his tiny waist and still go all the way to his feet. (Insert chuckle for Mom’s story about altering my older brother’s pants to fit my middle brother’s smaller waist. By the time she was through taking them in, the pants’ pockets met in the back.)
- If you really want to post something, you will find a few minutes in your day. 😀
- Some people have nothing better to do than criticize their neighbors.
- There is not enough blank wall space in our house. We need a big family photo gallery somewhere.
- Just when you think you have recovered from the disappointment of accidentally breaking something in your kitchen, you will break something else. Seriously. Two utensil crocks. Ten minutes apart. Smashed ’em both.
- It’s not a good idea to buy any of those cold salads at the deli counter in the grocery store.
- I kinda love chickens. And weird wooden shelf things. And blue paint.
Happy Saturday. 🙂
P.S. Got all the little chickies a few years ago in a shop on Olvera Street. So fun. You should go there.