Happy Tuesday

Post a funny picture. Post a not so funny picture.

Post whatever weirdness you want. That’s it.

Make sure you leave a link to your post and I’ll visit your Happy Tuesday post.

Being happy is a good thing.

I asked my brother-in-law, the father of four boys, “If you had it to do all over again, would you still have kids?” “Yes, he said. “Just not these four.”

I just realized that, “Let me check my calendar” is the adult version of “Let me ask my mom.”

When your children are teenagers, it’s important to have a dog so that someone in the house is happy to see you.

Filling out a credit card application, my friend came upon this question: “What is your source of income?” She wrote: “ATM.”

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7. Join me8. My GBGV Life9. Comedy Linky
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16. Brian’s Home17. 15andmeowing18. Flower of the Day
19. Fools Rush In20. reverendken21. The LLB Gang
22. Tyebe Tuesday23. The Great Romance24. Opera House
25. Jen’s Chaotic Musings26. Phamily Blog27. My Tata’s Cottage
28. Patrick Weseman29. East Elmhurst

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75 thoughts on “Happy Tuesday

  1. SamSahana says:

    Having a dog when your children are teenagers so someone is happy to see you lolll. I’m a teen and I must say this works 😂 Such a great post! Also loved the brother in law joke.

  2. My GBGV Life says:

    That last one reminds mom of when she was a flight attendant. She flew mainly international trips so passengers had to fill out the customs forms before landing. One question was do you have a visa. Many didn’t get the question and would check yes and write out their visa CC # on the form.

  3. foguth says:

    Meowser Ms. Sandee. those were fun. I also want to point out that some of us cats are just as good at greeting as the average dog.
    Have a wonderful day/week dear furiend.

  4. Jen says:

    Haha the dog and teenagers one is so true. Only the 8 year old and the dog are happy to see me consistently. The teenagers act more like cats 🙂

  5. Skunk says:

    The only way one knows if the pet rocks are in any way reactive to your leaving or returning, is if in the case of the latter, you are greeted with a chorus of “PHFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFT!”s, as I am frequently…

  6. Suzana says:

    Ideas from the real life! Even so, kids and life with them are awesome if we know to be again like them!
    Thank you, Sandee for these new ideas!
    Have a beautiful evening and see you tomorrow!

  7. Anne M Robinson says:

    These were great. We have a dog and always have which was good to have someone to talk to when girls were teens! HaHa…I swore I posted my links but alas must have been sleep walking last night. hahaha
    Have a wonderful evening and thank you for all you do.

  8. Xena and Lucy says:

    Teens are my favorite people. Little children scare me. Along with most everyone, I’m still smiling at the brother-in-law one, as thre were definitely times I felt that way with my 2 boys (pre-teen).

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