Getting a text from a number I didn't know that read:
"Sux i dont get to see ya from time to time nemore.
U wer always sme eye candy"
Wow, where do I even start with this one?
1. That's way creepy--especially considering I didn't know who it was.
2. Do you see his spelling? Is he 12? ha ha
Needless to say, I asked who it was and never responded once he told me who it was...
Having two guys sitting next to you in class who believe their sole purpose is to see how quickly they can embarrass you.
Of course, with me, that never takes long.
Should be an interesting quarter...
When your friend makes comments about random people a little louder than she should
and the following embarrassment on your part, while trying to shush her and hide from the random glares.
Getting to hang out with old friends--it always reminds me of how blessed I truly am.
It's some Little Red Riding Hood action--not too hot, not too cold; it's just right!
Who uses the actual seasonal terms, anyways?
I use the terms "flip-flop season," "hoodie season," "freeze your butt off/coat season," and "hoodie season #2."
Luckily, in Oklahoma we have two seasons that qualify as "hoodie" weather.
Unluckily for us, our summers are extremely hot and our winters can get extremely cold.
G's new words.
We have been working to increase her vocabulary for months and we are finally seeing progress.
She can name all of her colors, count to ten (usually), identify animals and their sounds, tell you what she wants to eat, and she says "Bye Lana" in the most adorable way!
Speaking of foster kids, we just took in another one last night.
She's absolutely adorable (after we bathed her multiple times).
For some reason she's attached at my hip, so this could get interesting...
Woman at Build-A-Bear: "Your kids look so much alike--they must look like their dad."
Me: "Umm...yeah they look exactly like their dad's picture I saw in the catalog..."
(I didn't really say that, but I thought about it. ha ha)
I mean, clearly IF these kids were MY kids and they were as dark complected as they are, they would OBVIOUSLY look like their dad.
Ergo, that was a dumb question.
If you have nothing intelligent to say, it's better to say nothing at all.
Seeing that cockroach in the grocery store.
That has to be the worst place to see a cockroach.
Hearing the same part of a song over and over
only to turn around and see your coworker purposely replaying it
to see how long it would take to annoy you.
Let me tell ya, it didn't take long! lol
Gotta love it!
Those equipment hogs at the gym who literally sit on the weight equipment
for what seems like hours.
Sure, let me just change my normal workout routine...
Who needs good triceps, anyways?
Digging out your "ex-boyfriend box" to find that a mouse got to it before you.
Or maybe the awkward part is the "ex-boyfriend box?"
Making A's in my first MBA classes. Woot woot!
The bling office supplies I saw at Hobby Lobby the other day.
Unfortunately, I didn't buy them...
The new boots at Target.com
They are seriously, adorable.
I need all of them!
The possibility of touring Alcatraz in December.
Despite the fact that going to San Francisco
means that I'll be having heart surgery.
I like to look on the positive side :)
Finally getting a two-pack!
I mean, like a six-pack, only smaller...
Only 4 more to go!
Guy who walked into my office: "Is that your degree?" (looking at my framed diploma)
Me: "Umm...no, I just printed it off the internet because I thought it would look cool."
This question might have been appropriate if I didn't have a wooden cutout of my name on my desk and 10 pictures, with me in them, surrounding said diploma...
Being outsmarted by a printer.
Our Finance guy has been gone this week, so I've been filling in and I cannot get the printer (one of those ancient ones that prints contracts) to print on the right lines.
I forfeited and did the contracts by hand.
Who needs modern technology?
Looking in the mirror halfway through the day and realizing that a strand of hair has been hanging down, from your updo, all day long.
Dr. Burt: "Would you be interested in an intern?"
Me: (assuming he meant internSHIP) "Well, it would depend on the company."
Dr. Burt: "No, I meant an intern for YOU."
He then said that he would love for me to talk to one of his classes.
What?? I'm legit enough to have an intern and lecture a class?
You have no idea how happy this made me.
Only having one more week until I finish my first round of MBA classes.
I can do anything for a year, I can do anything for a year...
Pay raise = more shopping
Being assigned to shop as a homework assignment.
Wait, when did that become homework...?