Every. Single. Day. It’s stressful being mama.
-My daughter being hit by a car. This might be an every hour item, really.
-Getting kidney stones from drinking water out of water fountains. I didn’t say these things made any sense.
-Whether I unplugged/turned off the flat iron. The sad thing about this one is that I only straighten my hair 2 or 3 days a week.
-The cat getting out of the house and being hit by a car. Yes, I have a thing about cars.
-People staring at my eyebrows because they are too thick. This is why I sometimes have gaps in my eyebrows – I pull on them unconsciously. In my saner moments, I understand that the gaps are much more conspicuous than the thickness.
-My son not developing his baby skills on time. This is universal among parents of infants, I’m sure.
-That I am working outside the home too much.
-That I am not doing enough at my outside-the-home work.
-Roaches taking over my kitchen. This is not as crazy as it sounds – the roaches really are on the offensive at my house.
- David Cook losing American Idol because in the finale, they are going to make him sing some corny song and it will sound terrible. This one is a short-term issue.
-Getting a traffic ticket. Every time I see a police car, I start having conversations in my head explaining to the officer why I did whatever I imagine he is going to ticket me for doing.
-Whether anyone will hang around to read my blog after another day with no posts / after reading the post I wrote today. Then I convince myself that it really doesn’t matter if anyone reads it anyway.
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