Saturday, August 30, 2008

Must have been the extra bun...

Tonight Chloe and I had an interesting conversation. We were discussing bras. The conversation then turned to one of her friends, who had developed quickly. And, let's just say she no longer qualifies for a training bra... Anyway, Chloe told me she asked her friend about her new "figure". And this is their whole coversation:

Chloe: "Dude, what happened? You grew those really fast." (Chloe is so tactful.)

Friend: "I am not sure, I think it's because of all those Big Macs I have been eating."

Girl Power!

Jon and I were just talking the other day about the upcoming presidential election and we were both at a loss. To put it mildly, we were pretty sure we weren't going to be voting at all. Which is sad, because you feel as if 1) you're an adult and being able to vote is a privilege, 2) you hope that your one vote will have an impact, 3) it's your right as a US citizen, and 4) you want someone in the White House who stands for what you believe in. But, we have been feeling pretty un-interested in the whole thing and the candidates. Honestly, for me, ever since Mitt Romney withdrew I haven't paid a whole lot of attention. Until today. I am VERY excited about McCain's choice of Sarah Palin! I have been reading every article I can about her, and I am impressed. Up until today I had only heard about her once, after she delivered her last baby in May, and that was it. She had made national news because her son was born with Down's syndrome. Anyway, she seems like a tough, smart chick. Not to mention, she had on some pretty great red pumps today. So there, I haven't been this excited for an election in a looong time. And, I bet my parents and grandparents never dreamed we would have an African American Presidential nominee and a female nominated for Vice President. Wow, this is gonna be good. I am excited. And, just so you know, I NEVER hardly EVER get into politics at all. It's like opening Pandora's box...

Teenagers are like, so annoying...

Chan had some friends over tonight, which is fairly normal around here. They were using our house as their meeting place before heading to the football game. But tonight, they were seriously out of line and on my nerves. I was in the kitchen putting away groceries when my front door opened and in walked Julie, one of his friends. No knock, no ringing the doorbell, nothing? WTF? Then, not 10 minutes later I am in my room and I hear my cell phone ring (it's on the bar) so I head in there to answer it. I was kinda wondering why it stopped after 2 rings and I kid you not that same chick has my phone in her hand!! She looks at me as if nothing is amiss and tells me it was Hunter calling. I am still stunned. I am wondering if she was just being nosey and didn't realize my phone had a touch screen that picks up as soon as you barely touch it or what? Either way, I was a little peeved. So, I grab my phone and head back to my room and wait for them to leave for the football game. And, lo and behold here comes Chloe and she tells me that Evan, another one of Chan's friends took the whole 12 pack of Mr. Pibb to his room! This is the same kid who got into my pantry a week or so ago and grabbed a box of Cocoa Puffs. He was attempting to walk out the front door while simultaneously cramming cereal into his mouth. Anyway, I walked in there tonight and said to him, "we must have been fresh out of cereal." Then, I plucked the drinks from his hand and shooed them out the door. I would have never behaved that way at a friend's house, ever! The worst part of it is Chandler acts as if it's no big deal, because these kids are "just being themselves." Oh, ok, being rude and nosey and having no manners is acceptable? Wow, me and Chan need to have a talk.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Happy Birthday Dear Blog and Congrats on 400 Posts Giveaway!!!

Oh my goodness, what a crazy year in the world of blogging!! Not only is it 1 YEAR ago today that I started my blog, but I just happened to hit 400 POSTS today! That is alot of blogging. WOW! It has been a ton of fun. I have met lots of cool chicks who also blog, taken lots of fun pics, and have had fun pretending to be a "writer". I have also had my share of drama, like days when no one comments, BOO! Or, when pictures won't load or the internet goes down. But, it has been a blast! I have especially had fun changing headers almost as often as I change my undies, only kidding. I have really enjoyed my blog and hope those of you that read it have enjoyed it as well. I can't even imagine what it would be like without logging in each day to post or read my comments! Anyway, I'll shut up and now and announce what my giveaway is to celebrate my "blog birthday"!!

I found these adorable candles, I have mentioned them on here before. They are a brand called For Everybody Candles and these are especially fitting: Tiny Temptations in Cherry Chip and Happy Birthday Vanilla. To be entered in my drawing, just add your name in comments as MANY TIMES as you want. I'll have my handsome hubby pick two numbers and voila, we will have two winners. I am giving away 1 candle to 2 lucky winners, and sorry but no you can't select the kind you want. If, however the two chosen winners want different scents, then the problem will have solved itself! So, comment away. You have until next Wednesday, September 3rd. Good luck!

Mean Girls

Look what some little snotty girl put on Chloe's MySpace page:

"wow your such a little baby. wtf? your looking to be more popular next year? like that would ever happen/ your brother may be x-tremely popular but that doesn't mean you are too sweetie;; i never liked you. only your brother. ~a.h.h."

Rude huh? I have always feared this would happen. Actually I knew it would, but I didn't know it would happen before high school. Girls using Chloe to get to Hunter and vice versa. I am just stunned at how mean and catty little girls are. It was bad enough when I was a kid, But nowadays, girls are ruthless. Unfortunately, it doesn't ever seem to go away. Women are bitches, some more so than others. Anyway, Mama Bear is pissed!

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

First Day

Today was the first day of school. And, man are we tired. The morning was hectic, with us all running around like crazy and barely making it out the door on time. It ended up taking over an hour to get each kid to their respective schools. Except Chandler. He got a ride from a friend, since he's a JUNIOR in high school now! The afternoon went much smoother, until time to eat dinner, walk the dogs, and bathe. Let's just say I am glad the kids fell asleep fast, 'cause mama is headed to the tub with a magazine. This year is gonna be crazy. Hunter started middle school, and this is the first time Chloe has been at school without Hunter. Not to mention, all 4 of them are in DIFFERENT schools!! Anyway, I got a few photos and once again Chandler is absent. But, since I got one of these, I will be taking LOTS of pics whenever I please!

Hayden, Hunter, and Chloe getting ready for long drive to school

Hunter and Hayden (Hunter texting!!)

Mr. Hayden

Princess Chloe

pretty girl


Hayden in class

Hunter, headed to homeroom (1st day of middle school)

Monday, August 25, 2008

'Twas the night before the first day of school...

They'd been hanging out just playing it cool.

The whole family was fed, and their prayers had been said.

Their uniforms were laid out with care, each one hanging on the back of a chair.

The kiddos were snuggled all cozy in bed, each one feeling a sense of dread.

Momma was resting after a day full of chores, while Poppa just rested, a bundle of snores.

The clocks were set and turned on, all so they would ring at the crack of dawn.

Breakfast had been planned and lunches packed, Momma had even made each child a special snack.

She thought to herself, I can't believe it's already here, another freakin' school year!

Morning will be here in a flash, and the Myers' family will be off in a dash.

**have a great 1st day of school!**

P.S. Yes, I know I am a dork. But who cares!

Sunday, August 24, 2008

I HATE Wal-Mart!

Oh man... what was I thinking going to Wal-mart instead of staying at church? It is like mass freaking hysteria in that place. On a Sunday at dinner-time the night before school no less. There are no school uniform items left. They were all out of construction paper. And the lines, oh my gosh! I swear it was like the world was coming to an end. Which translates to, hurry to Wal-Mart for Top Ramen and Pepsi! Ugghh! I get the whole concept and convenience of a store that has everything, and that is cheaper than Target. But really, hire more cashiers and keep it clean. And, how come no shirt, no shoes, no service doesn't apply to toddlers? I am NEVER gonna wait this late to shop for school ever again, promise. The only thing that kept me happy in that store was knowing that I got a front row parking space. And, in case you forgot, I really do hate Wal-Mart.


Every Sunday I read Post Secret, that is when the "secrets" are updated. Anyway, one of today's secrets was particularly interesting to me.

Friday, August 22, 2008

No, not that hair, and other misconceptions men have about women

Tonight Chloe and I were at Target shopping and we were having a hard time finding hot oil treatments for Chloe's hair. So, I head down the shampoo aisle where this teenage boy and older woman who worked there were straightening shelves. I asked aloud where the hot oil treatments were. (I was directing it at her.) Well, he stands up, hand on hip and proceeds to tell me where to find them. I politely told him that I looked on the 2 hair product aisles and that it wasn't a big deal. But, he kept talking and talking about where I could maybe look. I finally got annoyed and told him we would check at the beauty supply store and to have a good evening. Well, as I am walking away (I am down 3 aisles at this point), he says really loud: "oh, I bet I know where they are. Check the TAMPON aisle." Huh? Like that hair needs hot oil... sounds pretty freakin' un-necessary and painful to me. And, while I am on the subject of men say the darndest things...The other day Hunter called to tell me his friend's mom was going to the hospital to have her baby. And, I was all like really, she's in labor? And he was like no, they are seducing her at 8... and I was all like, you mean induce? And, he was like yeah whatever you call it. And, I was like, I think she was seduced already about nine months ago...

One funky cat

Story here

Tastes like chicken?

Post Title Ideas:

I'm sorry Kermit
Blogs about frogs
Frog legs anyone?

I had many ideas as to what I should title this post. No matter what, this story is sad, if you like animals or have a beating heart. You have been warned.

Last night Jon and I were sitting in our media/game room watching the Olympics while Chloe and Hayden played board games. Out of the corner of my eye I saw what appeared to be a mouse crawling across the floor. So, I yelled for Jon to catch it and for the kids to jump up quick. Now, we live in the country and animals and critters are a part of our everyday life. As a matter of fact I have a random stray dog on my porch right now... Anyway, we quickly determined that it wasn't a mouse at all but a GIANT hairy spider. So, Jon scooped it up into the lid of the kid's Life game and headed to the front door. I heard him comment that we always seem to have frogs on our porch and thought nothing else of it...then, I hear him try to shut the door and it keeps making this loud thud like something is in the way. He tries to shut the door like three more times and it still keeps thudding loud and not closing. It sounded to me like the deadbolt was stopping the door. So, I get up to investigate and see Jon covering his mouth with a sick look on his face. And he tells me he shut the very same frog who was eating mosquitoes on my porch 5 seconds earlier in the door! Next to the hinges. I very cautiously peek at the door and sure enough that frog is bleeding on my door frame, and his throat and cheek are all bubbled up. It was so sad and so gross. I love animals, but I am not gonna try and resucitate a frog. I mean, can you see me now doing mouth to mouth? Anyway, Jon swept him off the porch to die in peace and we were thinking he would go quick. But no, this morning around 11 I opened the door to check and there he was covered in ants. He turned his head to look at me and blinked his freaking eyes! So freaking sad! I am forever traumatized. I am sorry Kermie, Jon's sorry too. It was an accident. I am teasing but it was really sad. I hope he is in froggy heaven, lounging on giant lily pads, eating bugs, and being kissed by princesses.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

P, B, J 's and 1, 2, 3's

School is coming so fast, 4 more days of Summer to be exact. And, I did something this year I never do: I waited until the last minute to start preparing. There is so much to do. Like teaching Hayden to tie his shoes, persuading Hayden to eat sandwiches so making lunch is easier, taking Chloe to get her booster shots, a few more school clothes and supplies to buy, 2 more Meet the Teacher nights, supplies to label, etc etc. Let's not forget one little tidbit: 4 kids at 4 DIFFERENT schools!! Which translates into 4 giant packets to fill out, 4 registrations, 4 well check-ups, 4 orientations, PTA membership at 4 schools, 3 bus routes, 2 boys who have to be at school at 6 a.m. for football, 3 different start times, hair appointments, and on and on. And, my favorite part: they ALL have to wear uniforms this year! Yeehaw! So, to say I am busy would be putting it mildly. If you see me banging my head on the ground or drinking a margarita at Happy Hour, call for help. ASAP! But seriously, I am looking forward to our Annual Night Before School Dinner At A Nice Restaurant outing. It's sustaining me from going bonkers.... and I am serious.

Monday, August 18, 2008


Four random things I love about my husband :
1. the way his eyes crinkle at the corners when he smiles
2. how good he is with kids, especially babies
3. that he is a super nice person
4. that he's a good provider for his family

Four jobs I’ve had:
1. Food Services at Wet ~n~ Wild (3 whole weeks)
2. Pharmacy Technician
3. Selling porcelain dolls at a kiosk in the mall, boring personified
4. Teen modeling at Dillard's... gag I know

Four movies I have watched more than once:
1. Pretty in Pink
2. The Color Purple
3. The Shawshank Redemption
4. Pulp Fiction

Four TV shows I watch:
1. Project Runway
2. Bridezillas
3. House Hunters
4. Biggest Loser (3 more weeks)
(and many more....DVR rocks!)

Four random places I have been:
1. an operating room
2. a cemetery bathroom
3. the stock room at Target (got to pick through bikes that weren't on the floor yet!)
4. The Mrs. Bairds factory

Four of my favorite foods:
1. yellow cake with chocolate frosting
2. tortilla chips with guacamole and queso for dipping
3. steak with a side of grilled shrimp
4. Coca Cola (it is a food, just ask Kelli)

Four places I would like to visit:
1. Hawaii
2. Germany (Jon is half German)
3. any/all church history sites
4. the plastic surgeon for a post-op checkup to see if my tummy tuck and breast lift look ok. Then I'll wake up.

Four things I am looking forward to in the coming year:
1. Kelli and Amy having their babies
2. Grand Nationals in November
3. going on a trip for my 13th wedding anniversary
4. learning how to sew and design blog headers

Four people I tag:
1. Vanessa
2. Cheree
3. Johnny Depp
4. The Man Bloggers

Sunday, August 17, 2008

He'll make all your wildest dreams come true

Well, we finally settled on a name for our kitty cat. I think it's perfect. Not sure why, but it just fit. Anyway, his name is PEDRO! He is such sweet cat. He has had a pretty rough weekend. He fell into the bathtub twice and got into a fight with Amy's dog Jack. So, the kids have been pampering him all day, feeding him popcorn and dog biscuits....

Friday, August 15, 2008

Hello Kitty!

I was out running errands on Tuesday and knew if I came home without the cat I had PROMISED the kids that I would be in big trouble. So, off to the Humane Society I went. I was hoping that they still had a cage-ful of black kitties. I had my heart set on a black female kitten, who I had already named Oprah. When I got there a sweet little boy kitty meowed at me a few times and licked my finger, so I adopted him... I am so easily persuaded, all it took was a little tongue... The kids of course were so excited, until he got cranky. He was sweet as could be until evening and then he got angry. Today, he is a little ball of energy. Running around playing, purring, sliding across the wood floors. We finally decided he was in pain after the volunteer at the shelter rammed a microchip in his neck. He would not be still to be photographed, but I took as many pics as I could. He is such a little cutie. The funniest thing (which I won't show you) is the white polka dot on his butt. And, just so you know, Chloe is probably spending her birthday money to adopt Oprah. First things first, I need help naming him. So far we have chosen:

Buddy Holly
Jack Black and White

Playing with a shoelace

More shoelace playing

Hiding from the camera

Seriously lady, can you leave me alone already?

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Olympic Sized Opinion

Warning- the word she is used ALOT in this post, sorry.

As long as I can remember I have loved gymnastics, alot. I dreamed of being an
Olympian. If I ever reach my goal weight (ha ha) I am gonna take a gymnastics class. I was tickled pink when Chloe did so well at it, expecially considering her age. I envisioned her being on the medal stand getting a gold medal. She got to meet Bela Karolyi and do a mini training session with him and even got an autograph. He seemed impressed with her or at least Jon and I would like to think so. She was a teeny little thing, just 5 years old. We were amazed at how fast she picked it up, and I think she was too. She was 4 when we first enrolled her in a class, and she wasn't playing around. She was such a show off, we used to crack up at her. They would do little exhibitions every quarter, and the parents would just ooh and ahh over her. She really was a little firecracker. She only did it for 3 years. She got good quick and they put her on a team at 5. She was training 5 hours a week and it was just too much for her. She wanted to ride her bike, blow bubbles, watch cartoons. Not be at gymnastics all the time. I still secretly hope she will start up again. She's never lost the skills or her strength, she is as strong as ever. Anyway, I bring all of this up because with the Olympics being on, gymnastics is in the spotlight on TV and at our house. I am just saddened and frustrated by the rumors going around about the Chinese women's team possibly using underage girls to compete. The government and the Olympics committee seem to have thrown their hands up and these girls are competing anyway. Of course there is no proof, just lots of speculation. I can only imagine how frustrated the countless other girls they compete against must feel. Or girls who are really good but are just too young whose coaches don't cheat. If I was a parent whose daughter was on a competing team I would be pissed! I just think it's so wrong and absolutely ridiculous that they are getting by with cheating. So many athletes are stripped of their medals and trophies for cheating. I am stunned. Basically, what I am getting at is I hope we STICK IT to those Chinese girls, their coach, and their country!!

*obviously this is my opinion on my blog, I have no proof of cheating, just seems pretty odd to me.*

Read the story about the controversy here.

Just for kicks, here is Chloe back in October.

Green Salad

The last two nights we have had chef salad for dinner. It is a favorite summer time dinner, for everyone but Chloe and Hayden. We just add turkey, ham, boiled egg, bacon bits, cheese, croutons, tomato, cucumber and avocado to a big green salad. If I am feeling really domestic I will make homemade Ranch dressing. Well, I was feeling domestic, so I made some dressing. I just get the Hidden Valley ranch packets and mix in mayonnaise, buttermilk, dill weed, and sour cream. If you like Ranch dressing, I recommend you try it. Anyway, long story short, I needed to add a little more buttermilk, mayo, and sour cream to the dressing because it kinda thickens up over time. I found more than I bargained for when I opened up a container of sour cream. It was wedged into this little compartment in my frig that I am too short to see. The date on the carton was June 28th. I cleaned the frig out around a month ago and never even saw it. I don't think? Or maybe I thought sour cream couldn't go bad? Who knows? I honestly don't remember. But, I will always remember the way that sour cream looked... I know I am not the only one this has happened to, or am I?

Monday, August 11, 2008

Let sleeping mommies lie...

Man, can't a girl get a good night sleep? I CAN'T sleep with any noise, at all! Some people seem to not be bothered by noise and can sleep anywhere, like men. And children. So annoying. I can hear anything and everything and I am losing sleep. Ugghhh! It's Summer and me and the kids have our days and nights mixed up, bad! Most days we are still asleep at 11 or later. I know, I know, Bad Mommy. But, I love to sleep. I think it's under-rated. I say 10 hours for everyone! My kids are older and they are trained. We are totally laid back and the kids have been late sleepers forever. I do sometimes wish I could get the ball rolling earlier each day, like 10 or so. But, then I would most definitely need a nap. Anyway... just this past Friday I thought I was gonna lose my mind. My phone rang 7 times between 8 and 11, the dogs barked for a solid hour, the mail lady rang the door bell and I got 4 text messages on my cell phone. Just as soon as I would doze off, I would be awakened by some noise. I guess maybe I should try ear plugs or the people/animals in my life could try and be a little quieter. By people I mean mail carriers, UPS men, solicitors, etc. My friends and family know not to call before 12, I won't even answer it. And, let's not forget Coco and Daisy, who bark at EVERYTHING! The dogs I can't control, unless I let them sleep with me. Which ain't happening. They are too big for that not to mention my comforter is white! I could leave a no solicitor sign on the front door, move the phone and answering machine out of my room, or put my cell phone on vibrate. But, no. I guess I secretly enjoy being woken up out of a deep sleep. Such fun!

Friday, August 8, 2008

Headed to Beijing

I have been busy training and boy am I tired! I am so shocked I never lost a single pound! Watch me in action! Click here.

New look and stuff

So, I got me a shiny new header! Yay! Thanks Shauna. What do you think? You likey? Too bad I don't have a new body to match!

I am in a blogging funk, sorry. Not alot to say. I am frantically planning a baby shower, back to school, and all kinds of other fun stuff. I just haven't been anywhere to blog about. No pictures, still.... Working on that. I have had some interesting things happen, but I can't blog about them. Which is frustrating to say the least. I just might blog about it anyway, I am considering it.

I am super excited about the Olympics! I love gymnastics and synchronized swimming. I still daydream about being a gymnast. I can still do a cartwheel and a round-off, it just hurts now. Ahh, growing old is so fun.

The kids and I are fixing to head out and look for a kitten. I know, nutso huh?

Hunter has decided he will play football, which thrills Jon and I to no end. Hunter is a natural at football. So, it looks like we will be at games twice every week.

I guess this has been a Summer staple for me, doing lots of miscellaneous blogs. Too lazy I guess?

And, last but definitely not least: it will soon be one year since I started my blog. So, I am thinking up an AWESOME giveaway to celebrate!

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

One Good Picture

Here is one of the few pictures I got while we were in Utah. Me, Jason in the middle, and Jeremy on the right. We were fixing to leave to drive home. I was trying not to cry. Then Jeremy farted and blamed it on his step-daughter. We were standing in the yard right before a massive downpour. It was lightning like crazy and was it ever windy. I really didn't want to leave. Both brothers were begging me to stay and I was seriously considering it. Then, I remembered Jon falls asleep fast when he's driving. He needed me to keep him awake and keep him company. I couldn't fathom my family going down the side of a mountain. Either way, I am trying to figure out how to go back, asap. Because, I miss these guys like crazy.

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Tuesday, August 5, 2008

That Vile Woman...

So, I got the new People magazine in the mail today. And, my mail lady defaced it. Gasp! It hurt to write that.... She must not know how much I treasure my magazines. Especially one with a new celebrity baby in it! I am a celeb hound. If I had a better camera, could run faster, and lived in Los Angeles I would quite possibly be a paparazzi! Not really. But, I do really get into celeb gossip, alot. Ask anyone. I know as much about some celebrities as I do my own friends and family. And, I reeeaaallly love magazines. Crisp, shiny, new ones especially. I like to read a new magazine when I eat lunch or take a bath. I don't like anyone looking at them before me. I can't stand when someone sneaks them and peeks at them (Chloe, Jon) and takes the little subscription cards out. That's MY job. And, I absolutely get upset when the mail lady crams the magazines in the box and crumples them up. Yet, she lovingly places the bills on top. Like they are important! What's wrong with you woman? So, I am a little peeved. I can't read a torn magazine in the tub, the cover slips into the water. And I can forget about lunch. My tuna sandwich just doesn't taste as good when my magazine looks ugly. So, if anyone wants this People, it's yours. I am gonna spend $4 and buy a new one. I am totally serious. I may even do a citizen's arrest on Wanda the Mail Lady. Watch your back Wanda, I am watching you... If you see me sitting by my mail box with a lemonade and a rolled up newspaper, run like hell!

P.S. Just to let you know how swift Wanda is. My next door neighbor sent off for a new Social Security card. It was delivered to us. Do I look like a Carla?

** the above statements are true. All of them.*

Monday, August 4, 2008

Just so I could do a new post...

My card reader is broke, so no pics!

My house is being overrun with ants! Eeek!

It's hot, hot, hot!

The power went out when I was at Target today. Too many people cranking their AC's. If my power goes out, I am coming to YOUR house. Have snacks.

Chandler is gonna play varsity football this year! YAY!

I am seriously thinking of getting a kitten. My biological clock is ticking... which explains 2 dogs and 3 fish in 6 months. Now I need a kitten.

I really need to start school shopping, but I don't wanna.

We are fixing to teach Chan to drive. You have been warned. We are looking for a Jeep Wrangler. Because I want to drive it too.

I got thrown under the bus....

How come I can't find the new issue of People magazine anywhere? I need to see those Jolie-Pitt babies, asap.

August should not be allowed to be this busy and this hot.

Jon and I actually got to go on a date. Yeehaw! We had PF Changs, I looked like a babe, and we had a nice time. Thanks Kelli! We need to go on dates more often. (p.s. if you go to PFC- don't order the tuna, it was yuck!)

I have been craving ice cream like nobody's business. MUST. STOP. NOW.

I need a new header. The lemonade pink and yellow ain't doing it for me anymore.

I can't wait til Kelli and Amy have their babies. I am getting anxious!

Happy Birthday Jesse! Speaking of birthdays, I have been scolded by Chloe for not doing her birthday blog post. Be on the lookout, she has me on a deadline. I am sorry Chloe, I love you!

Well, that's all folks. Check back soon, hopefully I will have SOMETHING to blog about?!

Saturday, August 2, 2008

A Short Summer Story by: Ashley

The girl had been mopey since her vacation ended. She hadn't worn her make-up or cute clothes all week. Since she had a few errands to run, she thought she'd spruce herself up a little. Maybe make herself feel a little better. The girl's daughter got all dolled up in a cute new outfit as well. After running around in the hot Texas sun, the girl and her daughter started to get sweaty. They just happened to be parked next to a Baskin Robbins. Hmmm, sounds yummy. So, the girl and her daughter went right on in and ordered double scoop waffle cones, all the while thinking how much they loved ice cream and wished they had a Baskin Robbins in their town. Not long after leaving the ice cream shop, their cones started dripping.... fast! They licked and licked and still couldn't contain all those drips. The girl was doing better than her daughter. Perhaps because she had a bigger mouth or loved ice cream more. Her daughter was getting frustrated and just wanted to throw her cone out the window. But, the girl reminded her daughter that it would be ok. After all, they were in their cute clothes, no brothers in sight, having ice cream. Well, the girl spoke too soon. For right at that moment the girl tipped the last of her cone in such a way that made all of the gooey, sticky sweetness slide down her cute top. And down it went into the girl's cleavage. The only thing the girl had to clean herself with was a dried up Armour All wipe, since all the napkins were no longer functioning properly. The girl began to become agitated, because not only were they not through running errands, but they were now stuck in a traffic jam. "Arrgggghhh", the girl thought as she poked the ON button on her car stereo. Thank goodness for XM satellite radio, because if it wasn't for good songs by Madonna, the Cure, New Order, and Morrissey the girl might have gone bonkers.
The End