September 18, 2009

Playgroup Dropout

That's us, dropouts. Deal with it rude lady at Michael's.

So I went to Michael's today, second time this week. Who is counting right? Apparently one of the ladies that works there. I went there on Wednesday for some paper and stuff to make Little Boy's birthday invitations and banner. Today, I realized I needed more paper for the banner. I remember that this week all the paper is on sale so I decide to pack up Little Boy and head over there. As I am checking out, I notice the lady is BENDING my paper. Not just a little bend, but she is leaving creases in my paper. OMG. Is she serious right now? It took everything for me not to say anything, and for those of you that know me, know that was hard. Well, by the time she bent the 10th piece, I lost my mind. I reached over the counter and started straighting out the paper she had already rang up. The look on her face was priceless. She then says, "Oh sorry, I guess I am bending it huh?" So I say, "You guess? It's pretty obvious that you bent them all." She tells me she is sorry and that I am welcome to go get new paper. I tell her, "Don't you think I would have already done that if there was any left?" She says, "Oh it's all gone? You must have got the last of it." YA THINK!?!?! Genius. Then she tells me, "Weren't you just in here the other day buying paper?" I say yes, and tell her I am back because I needed more, duh. At this time, the look on her face tells me she realizes I am pissed her. She then looks at Little Boy and says how cute he is and tells me about how her friend is starting this mommy and me play group, where the moms do crafts and the kids play. Well I am not sure what world this lady is living in, but in my house, if the kids are awake, the moms aren't crafting. So because I am SUPER pissed off, I tell her "We don't do playgroups. We attempted them once, but they weren't for us. Just consider us playgroup dropouts." And just like that, she stopped talking, stopped bending my paper and continued to check us out.

September 16, 2009

10% Never Looked So Good

This man, my father, is 55!!
Guess what that means?!?!
10% off discount at Ross, Fuddruckers, Applebees, Dunkin Donuts, El Pollo Loco, IHOP and many more. Oh how I have been waiting for this day!
Happy Birthday Dad.............when can we shop?

Isn't he a gem?

September 12, 2009

No It Won't

X will never = 15.
M will never = 24. Got that?
I am back in school and of course, I am taking those horrible required college math classes. Now, it's all pretty easy for me, it's mostly just dusting off my brain and remembering that you can't divide 43 into 7. Ya know? But what kills me is, the crap that's required that I will never use again. Like, solve for x, 3x+4=15. Now I can solve that sure, but why? How can a letter equal a number? Huh? Someone please explain that to me. And I don't want some math explanation, that's what I pay my professor for. I want to know how in the world does x = 15??? Ugghh. To make matters worse, my professor is one of "those" that thinks math is funny. FYI, math isn't funny. Nor is it cute or silly or anything else but just work. She will write an equation, that obviously isn't solvable, then laugh about how funny math is. Um, again, it's not funny.

September 8, 2009

Call The Doctor

or, get me tivo, NOW!
It's September people. September. Do you know what that means?
Biggest Loser
One Tree Hill
The Hills
The City
Real World/Road Rules Challenge
Melrose Place
Do I need to keep going?
This September is bitter sweet. I am so excited to watch all my favorite shows, but so nervous at the same time. At the end of last years amazing fall season, I lost my tivo in a tragic accident. The Hubster cancelled it. Tragic right? He doesn't understand!! I tried and tried to convince him that I would die without it, but since I still don't have it, I think it's safe to say he didn't believe me. Please pray for me, I have to go watch Ellen now, since I can't rewind.