April 16, 2014

Ask...


...and you shall receive.



"How to Stay Sane"



Better Half:  I'm going out, can I get you anything?

Moi:  My sanity.


Had I known?  Would have asked for  that totally awesome but waaaay too expensive dress I saw that would have made me the most amaaaazing Mother-of-the-Bride everrrrr ... world peace.






Here's where I "link up" today.

Please join me on Sundays for Song-ography.
This week's song title is Simon and Garfunkel's "Sounds of Silence".

16 comments:

  1. Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most!
    Good luck with our search.

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  2. Very creative post and BW photo for BWW ~ Love it! ~ artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  3. hehe...life is crazy for you!! i like the mug!!

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  4. Well, I was hoping you had the formula for finding this mythical sanity. If we can't have sanity, I say go get the dress!

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  5. LOL - next time the hubby asks, I will keep in mind to be very, very specific. :)

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  6. of course there is a book on how to stay sane - do they happen to have Cliff Notes for it? Get the dress - you can argue you did it because you are not sane, OR you did it to help bring some sanity to your life by removing one more thing off the pre-wedding "to do" list. win win (three wins if you count the dress) :)

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  7. :) Sanity...so hard to nail down sometimes.

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  8. My answer would have been a Vanilla coffee from the Wawa ;)

    mollyxxx

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  9. Ha! Did he really find you that book??!! Great shot, and a good dose of humor either way! Thanks for linking up!

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  10. I loved this. I think I have said that and done it. It did not work. Love Love the photo.

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  11. I love the way you say so much with just one photograph. Hope to take a lesson from you. As for sanity.. well, that is in the mind of the participant so you're okay :)

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  12. Great post! And these are trying times for you, so much to do, so much to think of - and to enjoy :)
    Love the shallow depth of field in your photo.

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