Have you ever noticed how much fun kids have playing with the dumbest cheapest things?
Like this .99 cent squiggly thingy.
Penny loves it.
I get the itch to throw EVERYTHING in our house away.
You mean I have to load it in my car and actually TAKE it somewhere?
I don't do that. It's annoying and a waste of my time.
If someone wants my crap, they can come dig it outta my trash.
This year wasn't any different. Once the kids went back to school,
(and their eyeballs weren't peering on what I was trashing)
I got rid of everything that bugs me.
All the fancy wooden kitchen toys that we spent a fortune on several Christmases back?
Bikes with missing wheels?
I don't fix things...
Scooters that I constantly find in the yard but NEVER played on?
All that crap at the bottom of the toy box that never gets pulled out
except when friends come over and then it's all of a sudden all over the freakin HOUSE!
Izey and I worked together and we filled up two huge green trash cans.
Not to mention all the stuff we had propped up next to them all ghetto style.
Well, I worked.
He pushed his baby in the grocery cart
wearing his Christmas robe and high water PJ pants.
and like 3 or 5 favorite toys.
Wait a minute...
it IS up to me.
After all our hard work, we stripped
ourselves of clutter and clothing
and came inside for a much needed snack.
The END. Literally.
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