February 24, 2011

Truth Thursday

I had so much fun reading Jennifer's confessions over at Unedited that I decided to join in her Truth Thursdays.

1.  Last week I didn't stop my car to help a skunk on the road with its head stuck in a soup can.  I still feel a little guilty...

2.  Songs from High School Musical(s) pop into my head and I, gulp, sing them. (Don't hate)

3.  I have the tiniest closet in the house because I tend to wear few things often (Washed, of course!  Please don't report me to What Not to Wear)

4.  I count my crossing guard duties as part of my exercise routine.

5.  When I help my son with fourth grade math, I have to look up the problems online.

Any confessions you need to get off your chest?


  1. This just made my day!

    Can you believe I STILL haven't watched High School Musical? I know! I'm so BEHIND! ;)

  2. Crossing guard duties are clearly a form of exercise! I so have your back!!

    I understand not wanting the skunkiness on your skin... I am sure that he got himself out of trouble!

    Thank you so much for the linkage, you're a doll! Thank you for joining me on the truths! I love all the confessions!!!

  3. Don't feel bad about the skunk, you probably would have been sprayed. And the math? I'm just glad my son never has questions with his. I am not a math person!

  4. Ha ha ha ha ha! This may be the best truth Thursday I've ever read! :-)

  5. My son is in fourth grade, and his math hw is the bane of my existence. Lol, or is it the looming science project? Who decides these things, anyway?

    You made my day! My truth...hmm. I have a dark place in my pantry where dark chocolate is hidden.

  6. I love this. I might have to start doing this.
    1. shame on you.
    2. "Ge-get, get your head in the game."
    3. does not compute
    4. shame on you twice
    5. ditto (I have a fourth grader too) When asked are you smarter than a fifth grader, I like to answer: No, but I can ground one.

  7. Skunk with head stuck in can = awesome. Thank you for making me laugh...I needed that this week.

  8. you make me laugh!!
    I'm eating salt and vinegar chips for lunch!!!

  9. I don't think I'd help a poor skunk either...not after last summer!

  10. The decimal version of 5/8 is .625....which I now know because I googled it when my 13 yr old nephew called to ask the other day :)

    And with the skunk, seriously? You don't even like animals that much, c'mon you definitely get a free pass on that one!


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