Friday, January 15, 2010

Dear So and So...Weight Loss Woes and more

Dear So and So...

I'm participating in Kat's weekly opportunity to address some things that I need to get off my chest. It's a fun way to let some stuff go, so pop over to her place and link up...if you dare!

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Dear Tummy,

After 34 years, NOW you decide that you don't like ice cream? I smell a conspiracy between you & the Wii.

Looking for the aerosol,
Angie

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Dear Ice Cream Manufacturers,

Any chance you could whip up some broccoli ice cream that tastes like Chocolate? With sprinkles?

Wishing Upon a Star,
Angie

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Dear Dental Hygienist,

I think you are a lovely individual and I enjoy chatting with you. However, please stop initiating conversations requiring my response while you have sharp metal objects in my mouth.

Gargling with salt water,
Angie

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Dear Wednesday,

You're my new favorite day of the week. Keep up the good work!

xoxo,
Angie

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Dear A's,

Have I mentioned lately what incredibly cool kids you are? You drive me batty on occasion, but you make life so interesting. If you wouldn't mind cutting out the "fill-in-the-name Stinky-pants" naming game at dinner, I would really appreciate it.

Love,
Mommy Stinky Pants

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Dear Winter Induced Dry Chapped Hands,

I'm O-V-E-R it. Spring please.

Brrrrrrrr,
Angie

11 comments:

Diana said...

What a great way to start my day, dying laughing!! Try the SO Delicious soy ice cream, it is low fat and a decent subsitute for its dairy counterpart.

Miss Angie said...

The dentist ALWAYS does that! It's crazy!

Brandy said...

Say it ain't so! Not being able to eat ice cream is unAmerican.

{Do you think there is a correlation between the ice cream incident and being called stinky pants?}

Missy said...

SERIOUSLY. Just had a dentist visit this mornning. And I WOULD be like, "stop asking me questions I can't answer," but her hands were in my mouth the whole time!

Jane In The Jungle said...

LOL, love those! And when dry chapped hands answers...please let me know!

Alix said...

Awesome So and So's Angie. You just go and give your winter induced dry chapped hands the what for. And when you're done... do it for me too!

Shannon said...

I'm with you on the chapped, dry hands. Mine hurt! And poor Hannah... her hans are so red. UGH. I'm ready for spring.

Evansmom said...

Great post!

Mom in High Heels said...

Excellent Dear So and So! Doesn't it feel good to get it all out? And for those dry chapped hands, my grandmother used to put vaseline on at night with cotton gloves. She had the softest hand. No dryness or chapping for her.

Angela said...

I can't help with the ice cream (and I'm with Brandy - I'm afraid to ask if there is a connection between the new game the girls created, LOL!) but I can offer a great solution for the chapped hands. Get some of that Neutrogena Norwegian formula hand cream. It only takes a tiny amount so get the smallest container to start. Wash your hands then put a little olive oil on them. Next use the hand cream. I do this every night after I wash dishes. Works great! I also carry that hand cream with me and keep one at my desk. I literally use it every time I wash my hands. NO chapping or dryness!

CaraBee said...

If you find ice cream made out of broccoli that tastes like chocolate, can you please send me some?!

And I'm with you on the winter skin. Need moisture! Stat!

 

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