-- That I threw up in Zumba yesterday. Oh, yes, I did. Well, I didn't actually throw up IN Zumba, but I did make a mad dash out of the room and into the bathroom with my hand covering my mouth.
-- That before going to Zumba one should not consume 14 mini-Snickers out of the Halloween candy bowl. They do nothing for the body when said body is trying to keep up with the disgustingly perfect washboard stomach of your instructor who has birthed seven babies. YES. SEVEN BABIES. That alone will drive you to eat 14 more mini-Snickers.
-- That November brought in my domestic side. I am cooking, cleaning, quilting, and causing my husband to say things like, "Who are you?" and "I don't know you anymore."
-- That as a result of my domesticness, I actually fried chicken the other day. Like real chicken. Fried. I can see that you are as shocked as my family was.
-- That I have been staying up to watch the World Series even after the man-child goes to sleep. Don't ask me why. Because I don't know what to tell you.
-- That I am not getting the flu shots for my family. We're going to take our chances and roll with it. If we all end up oinking...you can tell me that you told me so.
-- That I got to keep the nursery at church the other day, and it had the exact opposite effect on me that it usually does. I snuggled this little precious squishy baby face and decided that I need one of those. The husband is highly dismayed.
-- That I'm thinking of putting up my Christmas Tree this week. Because it makes me happy. And because we are going to be traveling so much in the next couple of months, I want to be able to enjoy it.
-- That the children ruined a piece of my antique furniture by lysoling the pull handles on all of the drawers. In case you wondered....lysol strips the stain off of furniture. Kudos to the rascals for trying to be all germ-free and stuff. But you don't really have to worry about germs if your necks are wrung plum off.
-- That in exactly a month I will be sitting in the home of my bestie that I've never met in the skin. We'll be sipping coffee and giggling and enjoying the sounds of our babies playing together. And it will have been a long time coming. And I.Cannot.Wait.
-- That I still know e.v.e.r.y.w.o.r.d. to "Ice Ice Baby."
-- That I have been known to bust out in song and dance to honor the almighty Vanilla. And my children are starting to say things like, "MOM!" when I do.
-- That you can totally rip this post idea off and steal my button if you are suffering from bloggy block. You're welcome.
-- That this picture makes me laugh every.single.time. I see it.
Have a great day. And a highly domestic November.