It's supposed to snow on Tuesday.
OBVIOUSLY, this means that my kids will be home from school that day, because if they even hint that there might possibly be a CHANCE of snow, school gets cancelled.
I'm already dreading it.
Because if they cancel school Tuesday, then it will be cancelled Wednesday.
And if the snow isn't melted by Wednesday night, then school will be cancelled Thursday.
I mean, I have got to live in one of the stupidest areas in the world (in regards to snow.)
(Heaven forbid I say that our school district is stupid.)
Meanwhile, I say stupid.
My kids say stupid.
And it's not a bad word at my house.
Because SOMETIMES THINGS ARE STUPID.
Know what else we say?
Not "Please be quiet" or "Shhh."
We straight up say,
SHUT YOUR PIEHOLE.
I mean, SERIOUSLY.
I just don't get when people say they're "bad words" because they're NOT bad words.
You might not prefer those words and opt for a politer phrase, but that doesn't make them BAD.
I am so sick of people putting perfectly acceptable words into the "bad" category.
Plus did I mention they're going to cancel school on Tuesday?
P.S. Danny's favorite thing to call people: stupid idiot but it sounds more like "Too-pid I-ye-ught"
P.P.S. Then Taylor says "I not too-pid. YOU too-pid."
P.P.P.S. Did I mention the school thing? Oy.
P.P.P.P.S. (this is the last one, I swear.) My kids sang in church today, and it was NOT stupid. Now I'm done.