Tuesday, November 27, 2012

my day.

They say God won't give you more than you can handle.

Potty training.
Throw up.
And lice.

Seriously, God??
That's a lot for one girl to handle.

I'm thinking large amounts of coffee, Dr. Pepper and cookie dough will be required tomorrow.


jennifer said...

Ack. I don't even want one of those.

The Sieberts said...

yuck! at times like those i always remind myself it could be worse...prayers for you!

Toni :O) said...

Oh man, that really stinks...blech! Sorry you had an awful, very bad, no good day! Here's to brighter tomorrows and keep smiling. Cheers!(definitely with a Dr. Pepper...my fav!!).

rentz said...

Sorry! Not fun! :(

Courtney said...

i'm SO sorry! who has what? (besides the potty training...)

we've been doing lice here. NO fun!

Butterball said...

Potty training and vomit. Totally been there, done that. It's pretty awful. But the "lice-ing" on the cake? Mom might need medication for that. Or maybe institutionalized. Good luck to you, Ames!

flower power momma said...

okay YOU win. that was horrid.

Anonymous said...

Have I given you my lice repellent recipe?? We dealt with lice (awful, won't share our story, but ugh!) and have found this homemade repellent to do the trick -- at least we've avoided getting them again (and remember, when I was secretary I had to do the checking for lice at school sometimes!?!?!?!). You take a Tablespoon of some kind of oil - sunflower, olive, etc. and add 5-7 drops of eucalyptus, rosemary, green tea, peppermint and lavender essential oils. Then you take 10 drops of that mixture, add it to 1 cup of warm water and put it into a squirt bottle. Spray it onto your hair every morning when you get ready for school. My kids and I used it regularly and no more lice. I still use it when I remember (and I should remember more often!!). If you've been exposed you can also take the full Tablespoon of the mixture, add it to a gallon of warm water and rinse your hair with it. I'd use less than the full Tablespoon for kiddos. You need to be careful and not use too much straight essential oils.