Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Top 10




These are the top 10 signs that I just might be suffering from P. M. S.

1. Sure, I'd love eggs for breakfast, as long as they are Cadbury.

2. I wonder if my husband has always breathed that loudly.

3. I come home from dropping Max off at pre-school, get out the jar of peanut butter, pour chocolate chips in it, give it a little stir, sit and eat.
4. The kids are in their pajamas and ready for bead at 6:45p.m.

5. The kids are in their pajamas at noon.

6. The check-out line is too far away for me to wait to open the tootsie rolls.

7. I'm pretty sure the lady in the mothers lounge nursing her baby gave me a nasty look.
8. My work out consists of mostly stretching, who needs cardio?
9. Midol goes right to the top of the shopping list.
10. I'm pretty sure 2 naps a day are recommended by the American Heart Association.
No joke, this is exactly how I behave for about 5 days out of the month.


5 comments:

JAG said...

Mine is, "I wonder if my husband always chews that loud...."

kassie said...

Classic! How old am I and I ALWAYS forget! I almost quit my preschool co-op last week not realizing why I was so ticked!

Mark and Karen said...

You forgot desperately needing a mute button on the kids.

I about never cry but 2 days before PMS day I'll cry out of the blue. It's funny that I NEVER think of why until 2 day later when the answer finally comes. You'd think I'd clue in. I guess I'm too wrapped up in my emotions to figure it out at the time. I know, way too much info! If you ever see me crying without real cause...

jwise said...

That was a great list!! I totally enjoyed that! :) And I'm glad I'm not the only one who likes Cadbury eggs! :)

brooke said...

I'm so glad you commented on my blog. I just came over to check yours out and I'm hooked. I've been reading your past posts and laughing. I totally relate to everything you said about PMS especially not being able to wait until check-out to open the bag of tootsie-rolls.

I also love your Almost post. My version of that is that I'm the "good enough" mom or the "good enough" whatever. I'm "almost but not quite" at everything I do.

Say hello to Heidi for me. She is the best and she should totally start a blog don't you think?