~A blogger friend of mine, Kristi, posted an "Irritating" post a while back, and I thought I would hop on board and do the same!!~
You know what's irritating??...
When you sit down on the toilet after having your morning coffee, and someone left you a 4x4 square of toilet paper. Now what the heck am I supposed to wipe with that???
When you are expecting a big chunk of money on your taxes and, in the hopes for paying off your bills before the outrageous amount of interest is applied for the month, you do your taxes early...only to find out that there was a huge mix up at work and the W-2's are nowhere to be found. Not only that, but they give you a substitute W-2 that you can't even use, and no one will give you an answer.
When your husband insists on shaving his Paul Bunyan beard right after you thoroughly cleaned the bathroom sink...and then doesn't even bother to clean up all the little hairs.
When you are a day late paying a $20 bill and it costs you an additional $35....this should be illegal.
When your instructor counts off eight, yes eight, points for not using Times New Roman font. Come on, lady....give me a break. Does it really matter that much??
When you get in the shower, get your legs all soapy and ready to be shaved...only to find that the razor is on the sink.
When your eight year old finds it enjoyable to provoke his little brother to scream at the top of his lungs.
When you go to light a cigarette, and the pack is empty. I think we may have a ghost who has yet to kick the habit.
When your 2 year old has no interest in any of his toys, until you start cleaning them up and he then proceeds to dump out everything in the floor. Then walks away.
On the other hand, do you know what is wonderful...?
When you know your husband loves you with all of his heart and would do anything for you, even if he isn't the cleanest person in the world.
When your 8 year old knows you are stressed about your upcoming term paper, and he writes you a note with a big heart on it that says "I hope you get a 100".
When your 2 year old says "mommy" and gives you a big hug.
When your mom is so wonderful that you can't imagine life without her.
When you love your job as a stay at home mom.
When you absolutely love the friends and family you have, even if they are a bit dysfunctional.
When you can't imagine a better life, even if it is irritating at times.