It’s Wednesday, and I’m having some thoughts.
Like, why does Hubby refuse to rinse out whatever bowl or cup he uses to scramble eggs in? Is it because he enjoys my gagging sounds when I’m loading the dishwasher? Is there anything grosser than raw egg yolk dripping all over everything? *Vomit*
Also, why are the people waiting to use the family restroom I’m already using so impatient? Do they not know what kinds of things go on in the family restroom? Do their kids not need to take all manner of shoes and clothes off to go potty? Have they never changed a 20-wipe blowout? Do they think that trying the handle every 30 seconds is going to make my potty-training son poop any faster?
I’ve noticed that my kids have turned me into a human garbage disposal. They never finish any of their food and I ultimately end up playing clean up with my mouth. Hey, it’s closer than the trash can. (Floor noodles, anyone? No? Too far?)
Yesterday we had an epic snow here in Upstate New York and I felt like freaking Wonder Woman as I shoveled the driveway with two kids in tow. I also felt like my neighbors were staring at me out their windows, thinking to themselves that I have no fucking clue what I am doing. Maybe YouTube can teach me how to shovel snow?
Tomorrow, my in-laws are descending upon us for a few days. You guys know how I feel about that. I can’t wait to see what my Mother-in-Law got us all for Christmas this year. We sent an Amazon Wish List for the kids that went completely unacknowledged, so I’m sure we totally won’t be disappointed or offended at all. Blurgh.
The Star Wars release date is upon us, and the in-laws have volunteered to watch the munchkins so Hubby and I can have a day date and go see it. I’m kind of a Star Wars poser, but I get excited because it is fun to see Hubby excited. I will totally fall asleep halfway through the movie, for about 10 minutes, like I always do. I will wake up to Hubby glaring at me over his popcorn, like I always do. Hopefully somewhere deep down, he thinks it is a little bit adorable?
Until next time,