So, lately I've been browsing more seriously in search of a refinishing project and one of the listings took me to a small town an hour away. Unfortunately, it was for naught. (Unless the $1 hot fudge sundae from McDonald's equates success, but seeing as there's one just down the street from me I'm thinking more along the lines of: FAIL.) Having driven so far I wasn't ready to turn right around and go home, so I decided to browse a nearby boutique. It wasn't that much fun looking at $20 lip balms and leopard print aprons, but I turned the corner and found some homemade trinkets that made my heart sing. I even went the extra mile and wrote down some of the quotes I found so I could share them with you here. First up, a refrigerator magnet that said:
"Between my therapist and my personal trainer, I have no "ME" time."Printed on a napkin:
"My reality check bounced."and:
"I used to be driven but I pulled over."On a couple of greeting cards:
"I'm so far behind I think I'm first."and,
"I'm pushing middle age. That's enough exercise for me."As for that last one, I don't recall giving anyone permission to read my thoughts and publish them. Too hard to prove in court?