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becky d.

Love these! The last one is one that once you learn it, you never forget!

Headless Mom

Pain Olympics. Yes,yes, YES.

I think this is my favorite so far. The whole post.

Jackie Parker

Love the post! It is all so true!

PamL

Can totally relate to the toilet paper thing!! I don't know how we go through so much, and maybe I don't want to, ha ha! I've started buying the big packs at BJ's, but now I think maybe I need to buy two big packs! Insane!

Terry

I absolutely love these!!! I wanted to start some kind of a journal this summer. I was really struggling with the tone I wanted for it. This idea is absolutely perfect! Once again, you come through for me!

Nikita Arora

I was Read your all post and found awesome story by you. This is my best story yet.

Holly

I agree with all but the toilet paper. If you are a man, you can go through life NEVER using toilet paper. Baby wipes are the way to go. Totally clean and sooo much better than dry paper. :)

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