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It's been a long time since we’ve shared questions. Here’s some heavy duty summer contemplations as of late:

* Do all kids say nana nana boo boo when they want you to chase them?

* How come you feel like a better mom when the fridge is full?

While seeing all of the school supplies appearing on the shelves. why are they #2 pencils? Can’t they ever be #1??

Does your stomach magically begin to hurt when someone is talking about a stomach bug going around?

Did you have any traumatic movies/shows from your childhood that you can still remember?

Here are mine – they still send shivers.

Watcher in the Woods – Narek anyone?


Return to Oz --- those heads! Wheelers, the hospital.


Scariest Little House ever. Sylvia and that clown mask. Nightmares.


Last of all: Why is summer going by so darn fast?
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16 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh I had forgoten all about the wheelers! Yes....that movie WAS super scary!!

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  2. LOL. I actually love all those scary movies. Some of my favorites!! But I am a little older than you so they weren't terribly scary to me.

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  3. Yeah. A lot of years have passed and they still sent shivers to me too. Really scary. >.<

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  5. I know exactly What you mean about the fridge being full; I get a sense of knowing, 'We'll be OK for a while, I can provide for my family' and that gives me the Warm & Fuzzies!
    Oh boy about scary movies! Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is old but the Child Catcher!! I still will those two children to stay inside and peek through my fingers watching that film!
    Thank you for sharing :)

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  6. Hilarious! Watcher in the Woods (a DISNEY movie) still scares the bejesus out of me. I mean that fun house? let's just say not FUN at all! That old school station wagon? Yikes! And Bette Davis so super creepy. I had no idea that was Kyle Richards from RHOBH until recently. Another one that always creeped me out was the Alice in Wonderland TV movie--Through the Looking Glass i think it was. With the White Queen (Carol Channing) and Red Queen and the blasted Jabberwocky. And then obviously David Bowie in the Labyrinth. CREEPY!

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  7. #2 pencils are the correct hardness level of the graphite to make a mark that is legible. #1 is too soft and makes a smeary mess, #3-4 are too hard and can hardly be seen. Now you know. I recently discovered your blog and LOVE it! Keep up the good work.

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  8. That Little House episode scared the bejeebers out of me!! To this day, I can barely stand to watch that one! Who the heck came up with that episode?! And the clown mask? CREEPY.

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    1. I agree. Little House started to go down hill for a while there...

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  9. Watcher in the Woods was so scary to me as a kid. And my older sister thought it was hilarious to tease my younger sister Karen by calling her Nerak in a creepy voice. Bleh. Still gives me the heebeejeebees!

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  10. Oh my gosh Nerak! I saw that only once and it still freaks me out, and I'm 36! ;)

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  11. Just wondering if you use the Olay moisturizer you list as a good deal. I would like a lightweight sunscreen to use on my face when I go outside walking, but my face sweats a lot when I am in the heat. What has been your experience with this product? Thanks so much. I really appreciate the good deals you list each week and find them really helpful.

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    1. Yes, I love it. But I use it after I exercise though. And we don't have humidity here.

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  12. when the post came up in my feed, i knew that was watcher in the woods. we watched that in school-why?? totally scared me, lol, and i also used to be scared of the nightmare on elm street...as an adult i can't get over how ridiculously cheesy they are.
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    1. In school?? Wow. The good old days :) Now we have to have consent forms for my kids to watch Magic School Bus.

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