As I have previously mentioned, Carson is a “why kid”. As such, I answer his questions all. day. long. So, now I’m turning the tables and would like to ask you, my faithful readers, a few questions.
- I am so old and obsolete. This week at church, I was beyond shocked at the girls in front of us and how unbelievably short their sweater dresses were! I then felt compelled to pull my shirt down (in a very nonchalant manner, of course) to prove to Matt that my shirt was, in fact, longer than their dresses. Then I looked around at the many other college students in service with us and realized that I totally missed the mini sweater dress memo. Are all sweater dresses designed to hit right at or below one’s booty? Am I missing something??
- Does anyone else hate it how vacuums start smelling bad after a few years of use? Or does that only happen to us? I blame the dog, but I’m not getting rid of her. Any other easy fixes? (If your fix happens to include gifting us with a new Dyson, I would happily oblige.)
- As I was driving around my neighborhood tonight, it occurred to me that not one house on my street has candles in their windows. Not one! What’s the deal? Is this an eastern North Carolina thing? Or just a Clayton thing? I miss candlelit windows!
- I am not ashamed to admit that I have been a faithful viewer of Sarah Palin’s Alaska on TLC. I like Sarah Palin and my husband wants to live in Alaska, so DVRing it was a no-brainer. Am I the only one, though, who thinks this may have been an odd move if politics are indeed in her future? Furthermore… the Gosselins on the Palin show? Really, TLC? Was that really necessary??
Okay, readyyyy… go.