I love the way food companies push the envelope when it comes to labeling. In their latest commercial, General Mills actually expects us to believe that Lucky Charms is a healthy cereal because it's made with "whole grains".
Mr. G and I DO NOT have the same sleep schedules. He's on vacation this week and I'm off for my regular days, only 1/2 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Every morning now, he insists on getting up ULTRA EARLY so he can get all the work done early and be back in bed for his "all afternoon" nap by noonish. Unfortunately, he drags ME into these plans. This morning we had to hurry and take the dog for a walk, drop off the car to get an oil change, then come home and cut the grass. It was almost 11:30 before I had a chance to get BREAKFAST, then it was off to pick up my car.
Where is Mr. G right now? Napping for the last two hours, of course.
I would rather sleep in till about 10ish and then get started, skipping the nap all together. I already informed him that I am NOT doing a damn thing today and I don't care if I'm up at 5:30 A.M. I'm fed up with this early bullshit and I have to be at work tomorrow while he still has Friday, Saturday and Sunday to do nothing.
Lifetime is running another "I hired a smoking hot babysitter and for the life of me, can't figure out why/how she stole my husband" movie. From what I can see, here's how it happens: a stupid woman hires a really good looking YOUNG woman to babysit her kids. Then she gets mired in her marital insecurities and her love of her career, and the babysitter makes her move by emotionally supporting the sad, overworked husband. Rule of thumb: always hire an old, unattractive babysitter. 'Nuff said.
Could the commercial trailer for "Eagle Eye" BE any longer?! Ugh. They might as well just show the dumb movie.