I thought it would be an action packed week, and an action packed week it was.
It started off with a bang, or rather police sirens, when I was pulled over for speeding in Omega, Georgia. Yes, that is a real town. Somehow this nerdy sets-cruise-control-to-prevent-speeding mama was pulled over, with all three kids in the backseat. 62 mph in a 45 mph zone. Ouch. Thankfully, when I told him I was headed to Atlanta, he must have seen the six little eye balls in the back seats and felt sorry for me, citing me with a lesser offense.
With a little quick thinking, I explained to the girls that this was a good example of what happens to adults when they break the rules/laws. We get punished, which is why it is important for them to mind our rules when they are young- to learn that all actions have consequences. Hello pot, it’s me kettle.
This shot pretty much sums up the
Aunt Shea was such a trooper for putting up with us and allowing me to break her garbage disposal in her new house (who knew popcorn kernels can cause damage), cause the washing machine pipe to leak, and eat all of her sodium-filled pasta-roni packages and destroy her kitchen three times a day.
That would be Shea telling Britton that if she lived with her, that they would shop at Justice every week and Shea would buy her every one-shouldered sequin top she wanted. Britton is ready to change her name.
I have been spoiled and shall never be able to watch just any ol’ concert again. Thank you Shea and Paul!
Playlist.com has a new site and no longer allows music to play on outside sites. As depechmode once sang, enjoy the silence.