Tap, tap, tap. Is this thing on?

Did you know that you can update your Facebook status with just a few words, while it takes multiple SENTENCES to fill up any kind of space on a blog?  It’s a wonderful thing, and it provides instant feedback.  With this blog deal, I have to wait until you check your blogroll or Google Reader* and THEN I have to wait for comments.  I am not so good with the waiting.

Also, it turns out I don’t have much to say these days.  There are plenty of my-kids-are-adorable (or frustrating) stories, always forgotten by the time I make it to the computer.  There’s a lot of whining about how my job sucks, but I am SOOOOOO glad to have the paycheck that I can’t help but suck up the whining and attempt a grateful attitude.

And there are stories like this cliffhanger, which I will leave you with since I am here and maybe you are too:  I bought new bras and underwear yesterday.  I had Orange and Apple with me, so I did not try on the bras, which of course are too small.**  So now I need to choose: lose 10 pounds (on my to-do list anyway), learn to love the back fat as I have learned to embrace the muffin top, or exchange them for the correct size (which is what I will eventually do, because I am a responsible grown-up and I am not intimidated by the teenager at Target’s return counter).***

*Well, let’s not kid ourselves.  At this point, nobody’s checking for content here anymore.

**Jellyman — the band is too small, not the cups.  Sorry.

***Yes, Target.  Shut up.


About Grape

I've got the world's best kids and husband. Great house, steady job. I'm living the American dream. The trick is to appreciate it. I'm working on that part.
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One Response to Tap, tap, tap. Is this thing on?

  1. Jody says:

    I never left Target, so I’m just as happy to see you go back as not. After all, with Northwest turned into Delta (which — come ON, that’s an airline oriented around the Gulf of Mexico, dudes, it’s right there in your name), Honeywell long since decamped, and Pillsbury a British subsidiary, we need Target (and, OK, General Mills — but they’re not encouraging anyone to shop the edges of the grocery store now, are they? not really a hip new concept sort of place) to keep Minnesota’s rep alive.

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