why do so many students automatically assume that i am out to get them when their papers don't get electronically submitted? surprisingly, i actually don't hate them. surprisingly, i am not trying to get them. i am just accustomed to people NOT turning things in. why does it have to be about fault?
is there a way to use blueberry preserves to make blueberry muffins? i don't have that much, so i'm wondering if i can split a recipe.
does someone out there have some sort of system of making dishes not be a heinous and awful chore that i loathe and that makes me hate my life?
is there a job somewhere where the description is to think up the rules and the competitions on reality shows? because i watched top shot all day on saturday and i think i would really like that job.
why is there a dearth of television options between 11 and 1 pm? why can i not manage to turn the tv off? it's like i'm afraid of quiet.
is there going to be some day when using coupons is actually going to make me save more than $5? i appreciate the $5, for sure, but...really? i'm jealous of those people who spend $10 for $100 worth of stuff. of course, the volume in which they purchase things is alarming and they usually purchase things i never would. i have been convinced that there are coupons for most everything that we purchase. that's exciting.
why is it impossible for me to imagine my belly getting any bigger, even while i intellectually know that i will? why is it necessary for everyone to tell me that i will? even musicboy is in on it now. i just want to live in my delusions, man.
after the superbowl, does anyone have any doubt that will.i.am is the talented one in that particular group?
in the same sort of vein: is there a way to make this house somehow not be a pithole of death all of the time? i try...sort of...to keep up with it, but during the week, it just seems impossible. i don't like it. it goes against my nesting instinct right now, so that's doubly annoying.
and, finally, what do you think?
the diaper stacker, hanging on the changing table. sorry for the washed out color--it's very gloomy here and i'm still confined by my MacBook's photo booth. it's pretty darn cute, though. you can't see the ties, but they are made out of pink and white polka dot fabric. we like our patterns here.
just as an FYI, this is the crib set that we registered for and that i took the colors from:
i love it.
so...did i do good?