Last night me and Clint were sitting on the couch.
Me: I'm tired
Clint: Me too
Me: I think it's bedtime.
Me: But I feel lame going to bed at 10:30 on a Friday night. Maybe we should play a game first. Monopoly?
Both of us: Nahhh
Me: Okay let's play rock paper scissors.
I won, for the record.
Then we went to bed.
On a Friday.
After spending the night babysitting for some friends and going to the grocery store.
Then we got in bed and Clint...well...you'll figure it out.
Me: I'm gonna start a Pavlov's dogs on you and tickle you ever time you fart so you'll stop!
Clint: It won't work. I mean, I'm sure the dogs said that too but-
HAHAHA! Maybe it's just funnier when you're slap happy and it's really late.
Also, in the middle of the night I got up to use the little girls room. I don't turn on the light because it wakes me up too much and I hate adjusting to the light. Let's just say Clint didn't put the seat down before bed and I was not a happy camper. Grossnasty!
Confession: While we were at Walmart last night, we bought a rubber snake. A family of pigeons has made our patio their home and they like to squack at all hours. We've destroyed their nest multiple times, put boxes out there so they can't get in the corners, you name it. Now that our patio is COVERED in a thick layer or pigion poo, we're fed up. Almost every morning Clint or I threaten to shoot them. [I'm not a mean person. I swear. Just don't mess with my sleep. It's dangerous, obviously.] Snakes scare away birds. We're gonna try putting it out there to scare them off.
Anyway. The lady checking us out asked Clint to scan the snake because she's deathly afraid of them. I laughed a little bit inside at her "whimpiness". Then when we got home and were unloading the bags, I squeled when I took it out of the bag and threw it on the floor. When I got up this morning and saw it. It scared the bleep out of me so much I jumped and almost went flying through the roof!
Sorry lady at walmart.
Judge not that ye might be judged.
Something like that.
Also, she was really nice. It's such a compliment when the people checking me out commend me on my money saving skillz. When your skill is legit you put a Z at the end, FYI. Clint and I together eat for less than $6 a day. Let's also bring up the fact that Clint eats a lot. Oh and we eat really good. The majority of what we eat is produce. YUM! Do you want to learn to pricematch/coupon clip? Imma give you a tutorial and cut your grocery bill in half, kay?
Also, this weekend we are celebrating our half-iversary! I made that word up a few months ago and I'm pretty proud of myself! I've been counting down the months, then weeks, then days.
[I've never used hashtags before. Honestly, I don't get it.]
Our wedding day!
[Still haven't showed you guys these pictures!]
I love this boy so much!
I thought I loved him as much as possible on our wedding day, but somehow it has just multiplied. I cannot say enough good things about marriage or about my sweet husband.
He's the Dr. to my Pepper.
[not that I'd know! Still doing no sugar, yes including DP, until thankgiving! I even turned down Paradise Bakery cookies yesterday! Someone please pat me on the back! Oops, I kinda detracted from the tenderness, huh?]