I’ve heard this from the kids more than once to express their lack of desire to attend school (though they know I won’t be home baking cookies.)
(And I posted to reassure everyone that I’m still in the game, just not every day—well, except today! Old habits…)
5. I’ve dumped out my mind like Allison dumped her purse in The Breakfast Club.
4. My kids are proud.
3. My sister reads it.
2. Some have noticed.
1. Writing’s fun.
Oh, kiddies. If one food happens to touch another on your plate, fear not. Your taste buds may complain, but your stomach loves applesauce-flavored mac and cheese!
This is nice, but we might as well throw it into a big bowl and stir…
“Lit” means cool, FYI. And no one says “FYI” (or “cool”, for that matter) anymore.
Saying lit is so lit!
That was so 12 years ago!
Not that kind of experimentation, kiddies! When baking, for example, if your latest batch of cookies is somewhat questionable, you’ve already prefaced it with, “My latest experiment…”
But the little darlings always love Grandpa’s baking experiments, even the ones with excessive green sugar!
If you want to know anything, just look it up online.
A quick example:
Married… with Children is good.👍🏼
Modern Family is bad.👎🏼
TMZ is essential.👌🏼
After years of trying to convince us to give him $5 in an envelope for Christmas, he said it best last year: “I don’t need anyTHING.”
Christmas shopping done!
your kids can finally buckle their own seat belts?
(And don’t you also want to fill the ocean with tears because they’re buckling their own seat belts?!)
It happened to me a decade ago, but it is still fresh in my memory. Of course it ultimately led to a kid buckling up in the driver’s seat…
This whole kick started when I remembered how cool it was when Mr. Rogers showed how bandages are made. . . in 1990. . . when I was in college?
I couldn’t find the actual bandage video, but this is the same idea—just about crayons.
If you’re now curious about bandages (band-aids!), here’s an explanation (but no Mr. Rogers).