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EVERYWHERE. And I had no idea what it meant..... and still don't (unless it's just an "s"....)

Lol! You know you feel me On this, Like this pic.

Sometimes I think, 'Screw this... I'll just be a stripper!' Then I remember I'm fat... and can't dance.

I paid attention to the construction signs and got in the correct lane. You ignored them for miles and now you want me to let you in. Not going to happen.

Funny Somewhat Topical Ecard: Thanks to Pinterest when I win the lottery I'll be prepared to show my new real estate agent, stylist, and personal chef exactly what I want.

Oh wow. I need to hand these out like business cards. So guilty of it.

Funny Workplace Ecard: I'd rather enter the Hunger Games than enter the office on Mondays.

Communication is both an expressive, message-sending, and a receptive, message-receiving, process. Failure to communicate effectively can be due to a problem on either or both ends of the process. Say what you mean and mean what you say. Be direct and honest; don't dance around the issue or play games.

Yeah I'm single, but you're gonna have to be pretty damn amazing to change that!

Sometimes saying NO! can be a blessing. Allowing your child to sit in their mistakes and expecting them to take responsibility for what they have created is an opportunity for growth. We have become a society that doesn't want our children to "feel Bad" but in doing so we have robbed them of all their lessons!

When I was younger I would have said that thad mad passionate part of love never leaves and if it does, the relationship is doomed. After 31 years of marriage, I know there can be moments of the madness, but you'd be a burnt out shell if it continued at that level year after year. So, the mature me, who is still madly in love says it's a nice, exciting balance of both.