The highs and lows of parenting and real estate.

10 Things That Scare The Crap Out of Me

1. My oldest son’s report card

2. How comfortable mom-jeans are

3. How many people I’ve seen wearing these shoes recently:

4. The two-foot wall space above the kitchen cabinets directly over the stove that’s coated in a grease/dust mixture and has never been cleaned

5. The projected cost of putting three children through college in the next 7-15 years

6. The research about metabolism in relation to women over 30

7. The first day of NaNoWriMo is tomorrow and I have two parties to throw this weekend

8. The rapidly shrinking amount of time I have to lose 10 lbs before my big, tropical, 10 year anniversary vacation

9. How close I am to having a teenage son (616 days)

10. The fact that I’m going to be home alone with two huge bags of Halloween candy all day

Don’t let your fears get the best of you on this spooky day. Happy Halloween!

9 Responses to 10 Things That Scare The Crap Out of Me

  1. One of my 3-Day Walk teammates wears those shoes during the walk – she says they are the most comfortable things EVER. And while comfort would be important – they remind me of duck feet. I can’t get over that.

  2. Why do I get the feeling the FiveFingers are bait?

    • Ha! not bait. I swear I’ve seen like 5 people this weekend out running in them or just wearing them to lunch. I get that they’re comfortable, but please, people, so are the red crushed velvet jammie pants I’ve had for 15 years, and you don’t see me wearing them in public, now do you?

  3. 616 days? That is not possible. Seriously?

  4. You crack me up in every single post!

  5. Thinking of you on this first day of writing! You are amazing! That’s for my smile for the day!

  6. With you and Jay on #NaNoWriMo!

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