Thursday, October 27, 2011

Birthday Randomness

I’ve given up ever being able to work cellophane.  It’s just a mess every time.

I’m 40  41 years old. Shouldn’t I have more money?

I really can’t wrap my brain around the band Daughtry.  How many times can you take the same song and release it with a different title before the radio stations catch on?

I’m sorry, but I think it’s weird when married couples share email accounts.   Almost as weird as when they wear matching outfits.

At what point did I stop caring about my own birthdays?  I suspect, like everything else, it’s something I can blame on having children.

Why do pumpkin shirts at Halloween only look good on skinny people?  That makes no sense to me.

You know how people sometimes have weird, irrational fears?  Meet one of mine.  These local chicks just creep me out.  Zumba-teaching twins with corn rows.  Once, they did a promo where they stood on horse’s backs and did Zumba moves.  Zumba-teaching, horse-mounting twins with corn rows.  But why?   I couldn’t even stand to watch the video.  It scared me.


I really want to stop doing everything I do for like three whole days and see what happens.  No dishes, no laundry, no helping with homework.  Just sitting on the couch and watching things fall apart before my eyes.  Is it wrong that I'd be disappointed if the world didn't come to a screeching halt?

I hate it when I walk in the bathroom in my bare feet and step in something wet.

Way grateful for gal pals.  Mine are particularly amazing and awesome.


FatGirl said...

lol. love your blog!

The Epps Fam said...

This is so random. I am glad you get to blog today all by your lonesome and make everyone else laugh! Love you and wish you a happy HAPPY birthday!

Katelyn said...

I also think it's weird when married couples share Facebook accounts (and my husband's parents do both Facebook and e-mail sharing...)

S_Robinson said...

You are freaking hilarious! I too am wondering lately what would happen if I stopped doing everything for any amount of time. I don't think it's wrong to be disappointed if the world didn't come to a screeching halt. I know I would be.

Keep with it! I am a new big fan of your blog.