…because you have other shizz to do.
Where I’ve been this week on the www.
All summed up so you can move on with your life.
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WHERE I WAS:
So this week started great, because it was my birthday, and then by the end I had a couple of big shit storms to deal with. Little did I know that this picture of an old blog post of mine I put on Facebook Friday night would be shared over 25,000 times. I have thousands of new friends on Facebook, Twitter & my blog, and I’d like to say to you all Welcome! And enjoy your newly-found Rock Star status!
I shared a story about date night with my husband HERE.
Showed what my kitchen really looks like HERE.
Demanded that even grown-ups celebrate their birthdays HERE.
Nominated some of my favorite bloggers for The Bloggies HERE. You can, too.
Did a Birthday Giveaway HERE. Congratulations Jeanine!
Participated in the Wine-Not In”faux”mercial with a handful of my crazy blogging friends. Want to see me (and them) in action? Watch this and YOU WILL LAUGH:
STUFF I LOVED THIS WEEK:
THIS by BadParentingMoments. Seriously sweet stuff.
THIS by @PaigeKellerman on @MommyShorts.
THESE are the cupcakes by @PastryAffair that I have made for my birthday 2 years in a row now. Check. Them. OUT.
THIS by @HealthyMomSteph of I’m-Still-Learning on @BlogHer.
SOME OF MY FAVORITE TWEETS THIS WEEK:
Most exciting thing I’ve done all weekend is brush my teeth with my new Spinbrush. Guess I’ll go party down at the grocery store now.
— Single Mom Survives (@SnglMomSurvives) January 13, 2013
If Santa Claus was thin, he’d be a wizard.
— Jason Good (@jasonmgood) January 13, 2013
Eating popcorn with kids: “Let’s all touch each other’s food and then eat it!”
— Janel Mills (@649point133) January 12, 2013
That awkward moment when #Mention25CutePeopleOnTwitter is trending, and nobody mentions you 25 times.
— Not Will Ferrell (@itsWillyFerrell) January 11, 2013
A new fork lets you know you’re eating too fast by vibrating, at which point it becomes the worst sex toy ever.
— Mark Campbell (@MrWordsWorth) January 11, 2013
Never say “maybe” to a kid. All they hear is “I swear on my life that this will definitely happen.”
— Emma White (@TheRealSupermum) January 11, 2013
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