Thursday, October 30, 2008

Disgusting Habits

Just in time for Halloween, a topic that will really scare you. Ha. Ha.

Every so often, I will enter the bathroom to be greeted by a foul smell. (And, no, not the smell that is sometimes there after someone recently vacated.) As soon as the aroma hits my nose, I cringe. It is a horrible smell.

I walk straight towards the toliet. And, as I lift up the lid, there it is! Someone has forgotten to flush the toliet.

Now, you may be thinking, it's a little child who is just learning to toliet train - I wish! Unfortunately, you would be wrong. Oh, it's much worse than that.

The culprit is my husband. And, he will fill the toliet to capacity. I don't think the toliet was designed to handle all of that at one time. And, he gets up hours before the rest of us. So, by the time I discover things, it has been marinating for awhile. EEWWW!

I will scrub the toliet down three or four times. I will spray Lysol in the air. And, I will avoid the area for hours. It is one of the grossest things I have ever had to witness! On multiple occasions!

Now you may be wondering why I decided to share this little challenge in my life. I did so in hopes that someone can out do me! I have this theory. If we all read what disgusting habits other people have to deal with, then we may decide ours is not so bad.

If you know of / have a disgusting habit, then PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT! Hopefully, we will all have a good laugh together!

Friday, October 24, 2008


When people go to therapy on TV, the doctor usually tells them to start a journal. Write down their feelings. It's a safe and constructive way to analyze your feelings.

When good girlfriends get together, then you can usually find the opportunity to vent. There, in the safety of your friends, you can say things you would not normally say.

You might say, "My brother-in-law has married the spawn of Satan." Or you might admit that "you feel like the odd one out in your family."

But when all is said and done - whether you write it down or you find the courage to say it out loud - You feel better.


What if, you could say whatever you wanted to say - anonymously? What if you could bounce your thoughts and feelings off of someone that you never had to see again?

Group Therapy.

Welcome to our group therapy! Come, read, and enjoy! We are going to fight those things that sometimes cause us grief and pain with humor and good advice. And, hopefully, when everything is said and done. We will realize that it is not nearly as bad as we thought it was!