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.
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1. Happy Tuesday2. My Minds Eye3. messymimi
4. Forgetfulone5. Sognafaret6. Zoolatry
7. Infidel7538. My GBGV Life9. Lucy’s Results
10. Brian’s Home11. Cat Blogosphere12. A ShutterBug
13. 15andmeowing14. Gattina15. Flower of the Day
16. Princesses!17. Phamily Blog18. My Tata’s Cottage
19. Jenerally Informed20. Cloudia Honolulu21. The LLB Life
22. Eastside Cats23. Reverend Ken24. Periwinkle & Stinky
25. Fools Rush In26. Klara, Brussels27. Jim, Australia
28. Street Art29. 10 Tips30. Ruby & Angels
31. Patrick Weseman

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61 thoughts on “Happy Tuesday

  1. 15andmeowing says:

    Those were funny. Another one I like is raising teenagers is like nailing jello to a wall. πŸ™‚ Thanks for hosting. Have a great day. XO

  2. Skunk says:

    My pet rock observed that in the pre-cell phone days, a house with one land lline and more than one teen was a house held “incommunicrowdo”. Smart rock.

  3. Anne M Robinson says:

    I remember the teenage years well not only for our children bt for myself as well. I am so sorry for all the grief I gave my poor mom! But she had a heavy hand so I tried to be a good kid! My older sister…I think she loved getting smacked for her sassy mouth and antics! Thank you my friend for this, have a great Tuesday!

  4. Curious as a Cathy says:

    The quotes made me laugh. I think about my daughter who is now a mommy and the real difficulties in store for her when her little girl becomes a teenager. That’s the game changer. Thanks for the giggles!

  5. Lydia C. Lee says:

    There’s a lot of truth in that last one! Ha! I went to a talk and the policewoman made a throwaway line “Ah teenagers. Reknowned for their common sense and good choices”. I always think of that when someone does something you can’t beleive they’d do….Happy Tuesday to you!

  6. bucketlistbegone58f59c565c says:

    All of these are true. I had high school students engaged in a conversation about mom ‘pinging’ their phone when they don’t answer. So many kids were all bent out of shape that their parents tried to get in touch with them several times in a row if they didn’t answer. I asked them who was paying their phone bill? lolol So grown, but still so not grown. πŸ˜‰ Have a happy day.

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