February 2, 2010

Post-It Note Tuesday #2



I saw this over at Jenner's blog, Life with a Little One and More, last week and decided I just HAD to play. I mean, POST-ITS, people! Here is my post from last Tuesday.

If you would like to play, head over to Supah Mommy, where you will get the directions and can link up via Mr. Linky.



*Brought to you by the inner brain child of Becca.

11 comments:

  1. I'm not sick of snow since I haven't seen any this winter, but I am sick of winter!

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  2. I'm also way sick of snow! Please make spring come soon!

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  3. Oh, that second note is so, so true. It's one of my pet peeves that teenagers (and young adults) refuse to move out of the way.

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  4. *sigh* Ground Hog saw his shadow.

    Cats are such silly, funny creatures, aren't they? The pets and kids make the bill paying a little less painful :-)

    "May contain nuts" Is that any worse than the hair dryer saying "Do not use in the shower or while sleeping"?

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  5. Bermudaonion/buckeyegirl/koolaidmom: The groundhog saw its shadow? Noooooo!!! I hope it is just because of the way he came out facing away from the sun.

    softdrink: What makes it even more annoying is I used to be a teenager. How thoughtless of me.

    Stephanie: Isn't it? I highly recommend it.

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  6. Oh, the GRE. Let's not talk about my many years of procrastinating. I'm never going to grad school. Although, maybe if I put it off long enough, they will stop requiring it? ;) Haha!

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  7. Don't even get me started on horizontal line posse walkers!!!!!

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  8. I tried to comment on this post last night and my computer crashed! So hopefully that won't happen tonight.

    You're not the only person who is nervous over the math portion of the GRE. I took it a few months ago, and the night before I was literally freaking out. I did okay-I got a passing score, which is all I really wanted.

    I recommend Crash Course for the GRE. It really helped me; they said you need to focus on the math problems as logic problems. They also give the basics of math & algebra that you probably forgot from high school (I certainly did). A lot of the more comprehensive study guides don't give you the basics, so they were frustrating for me.

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