March 13, 2009

Fun Fact Friday!

*I think I'm getting the hang of this daylight savings time thing. Basically, I COMPLETELY IGNORED IT and kept my kids on their exact same schedule. Even though the clocks and Benjamin Franklin would disagree. At any rate, I don't have anybody that has to be anywhere in the morning so NEINER NEINER NEINER and Pbhhhht.

*I am off Zoloft. Well, not like, OFF. I mean. I stopped taking it, and it's been five days and everyone is alive and breathing and I don't want to punch anyone in the neck so it's going pretty good. You know, cause I use punching people in the neck as the measure of my saneness.

*I was at Target for lightbulbs, and I saw it. "It" being the matching bedding to the super cute girl bedding I have for Blayne. Taylor was just screwed out of the deal because she has a toddler bed. NO MORE. Now I have matching twin and toddler bedding in the girl's room and Taylor will now have to sleep in her toddler bed until she no longer fits because that stupid stuff wasn't even on sale but I HAD TO HAVE IT. You understand, yes?

*For all of you wondering what I got Troy for our anniversary, it was NOTHING, that's what. It was really easy and quite affordable and I didn't break the streak.

*I'm pretty sure this is the lamest of the lame posts but I don't really care because I just don't. Do you think it's a side effect of not taking the Zoloft? I do. OH WELL.

*Umm, yeah. That's pretty much it. Happy Friday?

13 comments:

  1. What do you mean you got him NOTHING? Clearly he got a child-size sheet set and the rest of the bedding kit. Is it YOUR fault he can't use it? NO. Geez. He needs some perspective.

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  2. Happy Friday, right back at ya...hang in there. Hey, his gift, you still sticking around, you birthing some beautiful babies...you!

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  3. Wait? You kept the children on their schedules? Does that mean that they're now doing everything an hour earlier?

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  4. Good luck on the Zoloft, I did the same last November. I will suggest you take some supplements and eat dark chocolate to combat the brain zaps. St Johns Wort, Omega-3, DHA, and vitamin B's have helped me.

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  5. I do understand. Sometimes you just have to, "have it". Yeah, totally get that.

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  6. Azucar totally stole my comment idea.

    Pout.

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  7. Nowhere to be in the morning?! How about exercise class?! I'm calling you out on it because I was the only one there today--just Chery and I exercising at each other. Luckily Carissa showed up half-way through so I wasn't the only victim...I mean student. Jenna wasn't very happy about being the only kid there, though (Tess is too small to count.).

    Miriam

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  8. I liked the post. It's okay it not be perky 24/7 like some other blogs if you know what I mean.

    My guy and I never exchange gifts for our anniversary.

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  9. I totally get every word of it--esp. the part about having to have the bedding. Yes.

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  10. I ignore daylight savings time too. While everyone else is trying to adjust their children, I simply change the clock like they tell me to and then pretend I did not do that. And IT WORKS!!! It's as if my kids were programmed to be ready to be an hour off. Weird...

    I'm pretty sure you're sane without Zoloft. Just treat it like daylight savings time (never happened) and you'll be fine :)

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  11. I can't get off the Z or I'd be punching myself in the neck.

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  12. me too. i'm ignoring the fact that the time changed.

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  13. I understand the sheets thing. I will be that kind of Mama, too.

    Every time I do my hair, I think of you because I'm supposed to take pictures. Maybe I'll get around to it this week.

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