I just wanted to take a minute to let all of my readers know that I am having to deal with a few things. I will post if I can, but I’m thinking I may not be able to post anything for a week, maybe two. But, I promise that I will be back with more crazy silly life stuff. :)
"Laverne’s favorite drink was milk and Pepsi." Courtesy imdb.com
Being that I’ve watched many, many episodes of this show, this is something that I knew already. However, this is a drink mix that I have never tried. But, if you think about it, it’s not really any different than ice cream in soda. I didn’t say root beer float because when I worked as a waitress many years ago, I had several customers order a Pepsi Float.
When I was a little girl, my mom was taking me to school and then she was going to go to work. Well, she was drinking her coffee while driving (this was before travel mugs), and suddenly spilled it on herself when she hit a bump in the road. It was hot, of course, and she was asking me to get her some napkins.
I opened the glove compartment, saw the napkins, reached in while I turned my head and looked back at my mom and handed her . . . a straw.
She laughed and said “What am I supposed to do with this, suck myself dry?”
Ah, yes, this would prove to be a rather typical experience when I’m involved. ;)
On yet another of my famous trips to Target, I was eating lunch with the kids and saw this! Yea, that’s safe!
Unfortunately, what you do not have the privy of knowing because there is no sound, is this kid is telling his mom what to do with the Icee machine!
He’s saying “Spin it, spin it, spin it.” But, not in a cute way, he was ordering her to spin the dang cup!
To top it off, there was myself and another lady waiting for her to move so that we could fill our drink cups. She was taking forever and would not move her cart out of the way. UGH!!!
Where in the world has mutual respect and common decency gone to? And, what happened to parents who aren’t afraid of being . . . wait for it . . . wait for it . . . PARENTS!! The parent tells the child what to do; the child does NOT tell the parent what to do!
Ok, I’m done ranting. Thanks for being here for me. ;)
Special Agent Derek Morgan:So tell me, what does keep young Dr. Reid awake at night? Wait, let me guess. Memorizing some obscure textbook? No, no, no. Working on cold fusion? No, I got it, I got it, I got it. Watching Star Trek and laughing at all the physics mistakes?
Dr. Spencer Reid:Actually, there aren't that many scientific errors in Star Trek, especially considering how long ago it was made. There are certain improbabilities, but not that many outright errors.
Target was having a promotion in which you would get either the first aid box in the picture below or a first aid bag if you purchase at least three products, such as: Band-Aids, Neosporin, etc. I let my daughter choose and she chose the box. I had also told her that she could fill it, so I gave her the new medicine and Band-Aids;. She comes back to me and asks for treats to put into the box. I told her that the only thing I had were cinnamon candies, so she took those.
I was wondering where she’d come up with the great idea to put treats into the first aid kit, then I noticed that the box says “Clean, Treat, Protect.”
haha She thought treat was the candy kind! I explained to her what it meant, but also told her that it was a great idea to put the candies in there and they could stay.
For those of you viewing this on Facebook, click on “View Post” so you can see the picture. I went into an antique shop today and found a lot of creepy and interesting things. I’ll post the other two pics separately.
“Prejudices, it is well known, are most difficult to eradicate from the heart whose soil has never been loosened or fertilised by education: they grow there, firm as weeds among stones.”—Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
I arrived at Target and discovered this scene. This photo is actually after it had been reversed a little bit. If you look through the bush, you can see the damage that this guy did to the vehicle in front of it.