It is October in West Virginia. That translates to Bi-Polar weather. For instance, at our baseball game on Sunday, it was hot and sunny and I was such a hot mess when we got home that I had to take a bath before evening church. And then today when I left the house to take Alex to school, I was so cold I was sitting in the drop-off line shivering. I love fall, but honest to goodness I wish the weather would make up its mind. If I had my way it would be a straight 75 degrees year-round, but unfortunately no one ever calls to ask my opinion.
The first thing I’ve learned is that I better have a sweatshirt handy when deciding to go out in a short-sleeved shirt, or spending the evening at the ball-field.
Here’s what else I learned.
2. There is a city in West Virginia called Cairo, but it is pronounced KAY-RO.
3. There is at least one *cough* person *cough* on the planet who is not familiar with Duck Dynasty.
4. It is possible to become fast-friends.
5. My IRL friend Heather was on Dr. Oz this week.
6. It makes me all kinds of happy that Heather is now my IN REAL LIFE friend.
7. There is a fine line between cooking bacon and burnt bacon.
8. I can work a mall like nobody’s business.
9. It is rarely ever a good idea to wear a new pair of shoes to a six-hour conference.
10. When you purchase educational APPS from iTunes in bulk, you can get most of them for half the price.
11. Freedom Homes has a modular home for sale called the Si Pad.
That’s what I learned this week.
Now, what did YOU learn?
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