2. I also will not divulge how much our electric bill was last month. Because I am curled in a corner sobbing about it. Guess what we just found out a year too late? Happen to have six people living in your house? They give you a discount. Yep. So thinking about having a fourth kid? Not only a tax deduction, but it will save you 20% on your electric bill. Get busy.
3. The only redeeming thing about this fraudulent fall are these pumpkin chocolate chip cookies that Jaime brought to Kyla's pinterest party. Bake them. But go to the store to buy shortening first. Unless you have some. Which is weird. Because it is creepy. But so is Velveeta, and you all know how I get over my aversion to it for Santa Fe Soup. Of which it is still to hot to eat.
4. My husband just upgraded his phone, and I got his old one. Yayyyyy. No more cutting my fingers on the shattered screen, or choosing between music or photos, as I battle the STORAGE IS FULL warnings for dayzzzzz. Plus I have the front facing camera again. Hello selfies.
5. One more thing that is decent about fall- Apple Crisp.
7. We are watching Friday Night Lights from the beginning again. SO GOOD.
8. If you want to watch Downton Abbey before January, Rage Against the Minivan has a great hack. I am tempted, but I have to resist. There is no room in my days for a rabid marathon. Nor is there any way I could ration out my viewings. A Downton Abbey bender sounds amazing. But I must use self control.
9. Is it weird to put a font on your birthday list? Or to start a birthday list months out?
10. Back to Friday Night Lights- repeat repeat repeat this song from the soundtrack.
11. I don't have germ issues. I have stain issues. Bag of Lays (which you totally give to the baby because if you are the grown up and you get Lays you are sad, wishing they were not Lays) on the blacktop at lunch with his sisters? No biggie. But if it was a bag of Cheetos? OVER THE EDGE with stress.
I have a date with some Englishmen.
This might just be my favorite song from the album. At least today.
Keep my eyes to serve and my hands to learn...