Damn it, take care of your dog.
At the butt crack of dawn, your dog is barking its head off, waking me up on the weekend and all I wanted to do was sleep in. But, I can’t.
While I’m settling down to go to bed because I have to be at work in the morning, your dog is barking and whining because it wants back in the house.
I’ve been in a bad mood all day.
That was until I was shopping at Target this evening. I was strolling in the toy section looking for gift ideas for my niece who will be 5 this year. And low in behold, I saw Strawberry Shortcake and Lemon Meringue 80’s style and scented. I couldn’t contain my smile.
My Favorite Toys growing up in the 80’s (And some 70’s)
- Strawberry Shortcake and Friends
- Rainbow Brite
- Glow worms (the finger puppets that glowed in the dark)
- She-ra and friends
- Rubix Cube
- My Little Pony
- Paper dolls
- Care Bears
- Sea Wee’s
- Rose Petal
- Holly Hobby
- Raggedy Ann and Andy
To take a look at some pics, check out my Pinterest page at:
Level: Cat Scratch Fever
Have you ever gotten an email or text that you just knew you didn’t need to respond to? Or decided not to respond to? I do, quite often. One reason I don’t is because I know it’s not going to be nice, and most of the time, a response isn’t even necessary.
Well what about the opposite? Have you ever sent an email or text to a group of people or at work that’s a statement or a FYI and doesn’t require a reply.
So, why do people have to response? Do they need to have the last word? Can’t they accept what’s written? Guess what, they don’t even have to agree with what’s written. There’s a thing that all of us mastered when we’re teenagers—the ability to ignore. So do it. Ignore what I written. I don’t care.
Your other choice is take parts or pieces of what I’ve written or what applies to you and leave the rest. You still don’t need to reply. It’s not required or an obligation. Because 9 out 10 times, if you feel you needed to respond it’s going to be something that pisses me off because it’s a passive-aggressive, smart ass remark.
I’m often ready to respond with not so nice quip, but because I’m the grown up (although I question that often) I don’t. But, I’m dying inside to let my inner mean girl out.