Time is running short. School is coming to an end in a few weeks. Oh the hopes and dreams I have for the summer. And oh, the FEARS…
My top 10 fears for the summer:
I fear that my kids will drive me so insane that I end up running out of the house screaming and yelling like someone who’s being attacked by zombies, making a giant ass out of myself in front of the neighbors (wouldn’t be the first time, quite frankly).
I fear that my kids will realize that I did not sign up (or pay the $600) for the new cool pool that all their friends are going to, but that I instead decided to stick with the boring pool at the gym.
I fear that while swimming (at the boring pool at the gym), one of my kids will grab my bathing suit in the wrong spot and a boob will fly out (making the overall swimming experience slightly less boring).
I fear that I will, once again, sign the kids up for the book club at the library, then neglect to hand them a single book all summer long.
I fear that all the awesome camps I have my kids signed up for will end up not giving me the small pockets of alone time that I desire, but instead will require me to spend all my time in the car trudging them from point A to point B.
I fear that hubs and I will regret our decision to sign 9-year old up for summer travel baseball as we find ourselves suffering through 2-hour-long (boring) games, three days a week in the scorching heat.
I fear that my husband will force me to see TED in the theater.
I fear that my husband’s plan to send my boys to visit his family for a week over the summer actually happens. No matter how sick I am of my kids, I’m not thrilled with the idea of them being out of my reach for so long. (Me? A control freak? Naaaaa.)
I fear that I will have no time to squeeze in the biweekly pedicures I’ve become so accustomed to. Nobody wants to look at toes that aren’t pretty and polished.
I fear that I will neglect the gym while indulging in food and drink, only to no longer fit into my “sexy” jeans come September.
So there you have it. My top 10 fears for the summer, all of which I predict will become reality.
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