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Saturday, August 27, 2005 

Where the hell is the "OFF" button??? And I wouldn't mind an instruction booklet with that...

I can't stop thinking about school. Not in a bad way, just in a "what else can I come up with" way. Like cool learning activities for biology. Right now we're talking about nutrition - and that makes it all the more interesting and easy for me, the Diet Queen, but soon we'll be moving onto other topics and I want to make sure to keep this stuff interesting.

So far, nothing wrong with overthinking school, right? Except that I think about it all the time. I can't stop the think-box.
I was thinking while I processed 8 (yes, 8!!!) loads of wash today, I was thinking about it while the girls were scratching each other's eyes out, I was thinking about it while my son was asking permission to watch Jackass, I am thinking about it as I am typing up this post...


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