We had a long, ridiculously fun weekend and then I was sick all day yesterday so didn't really do anything. And now I am all jacked up as to what day it is. My phone says it's Tuesday, so I'm going with that.
The sand dunes was a freaking blast. I only turfed it on the pit bike once, and I've got a helluva bruise to show for it. But still, fun!
You know you watch too many scary movies when the people across the street from you are getting their trees trimmed and the first thought that comes to mind when the chainsaw starts is, which way should I run? No, not that way; there isn't an exit that way! Go the other way! Uh, der. No more chainsaw movies for me.
If you haven't tried Fluffer Nutter, go do it right now. Hurry. It's amazing and apparently not many people in Utah have heard of it. Marshmallow fluff + peanut butter = heaven in your mouth. Combine it with Nutella and the clouds open and angels sing. You think I'm kidding? I'm not.
After watching Extreme Couponing, I'm just pissed at those people and that show alltogether. They are rude and go about getting their coupons in unethical ways and they are going to ruin couponing for the rest of us that do it the right way. Who seriously needs 87 bottles of mustard? Really? Leave some for the rest of us. And 18 transactions? Are you freaking kidding me? I can save 97% and not clear any shelves and not buy too much and not take 6 hours to check out. There should be a new show called "Couponing Done RIGHT" and they should take that other show off the air. It makes me angry.
You ever get to the point where you are hungry but are too lazy to get something out to eat? It's just me? Alrighty then.
If I had all the money in the world, I would pay someone to wash my blankets for me every day. There is very little better than curling up at night with a warm, fresh out of the dryer, clean blanket. Or, as they are known in our house, blankies.
I hope you all had a wonderous Easter filled with whatever you wanted it to be filled with!