changes coming soon!


Yep, I’m moving… is moving to!  Eeepps so exciting!

Please be patient as I work through the kinks during the next few days.  Hopefully the transition will be pretty easy, but no promises.

It should *fingers crossed* redirect you to the new blog, even if you go to (or if you have it saved as a favorite or something) so there shouldn’t be much of an interruption.  If you subscribe via email, you should still be able to get my posts in your email once I move, however, if you are a subscriber (that is, you follow me through WordPress rather than getting an email when I send out a new post) I think you will need to come over to the new blog and subscribe via email.

Anyway, lots of exciting things come up.  I’ll keep you updated.  I’m pretty sure you won’t notice much of an upheaval on your side of the blog but I wanted to give you a heads-up just in case I screw something up and the site goes down for a while.

High Five for Friday

Hello Friday!  This week has seemed both long and short at the same time to me…short because I was only at school three out of five days, but long because I was at school Monday, at a training away from school Tuesday and Wednesday, and then back at school Thursday and today, so it actually felt like two school weeks…but without the weekend!

Anyway, needless to say I’m excited for the weekend!  We have another busy one coming up, but hopefully it will be productive.

Here’s what I’m excited about this week:

1. We have been canning our little hearts out, but we’re almost done.  Two weekends ago we spend the weekend canning salsa and pizza sauce, while last weekend we canned a ton of tomato sauce, some tomatoes, and green beans.  This weekend we hope to get some pickles canned, and the call if quits for now (since we might do some apple butter later in the fall).  I am so proud of how much we’ve gotten put up: 7 quarts of tomatoes, 11 pints of green beans, 13 pints of tomato sauce, 17 pints of salsa, and 9 pints of pizza sauce!  It’s going to make sticking to our real food lifestyle so much easier this winter.

canningmost of our cans in their current storage spot…under our coffee table

2. I’ve really been in an organizing and cleaning mood recently – even more so than usual, so that encouraged me to get some stuff done that I’ve been putting off for a while…like selling back textbooks.  I had a ton of books from undergrad, graduate school, and some other random stuff lying around.  We finally sat down Monday night and Michael listed them on – it was WAY easier than I thought it would be and we were able to list 19 books in less than 30 minutes.  And…we’ve already sold seven of those books!  Yay for getting some of our money back and getting some of the clutter out of our house.  Now if I could only find the time to go through, donate or sell, and organize my shoes and purses…that’s another organizational itch I have that I really want to scratch right now, just haven’t found time to get around to it.

3. It’s my 1 year blogaversary next week!  I cannot believe I’ve been blogging for almost a year!  Wowzas.  I’m pretty excited.

4. Banana mocha smoothies (made with all real ingredients) have been my dessert of choice this week.  It sounds a little weird but it tastes quite good, and is a fairly good alternative to mocha frappes…I may have to share the recipe soon.

5. I finally got the time to work on my quilt this week.  That was fun, but the bad part is that once I get started, I want to work on it all the time!  And sadly I just don’t have the time right now.  I have so many fun ideas for quilts floating around in my head and no time to create them…maybe someday.  But at least I got to do a little this week.

Linking up with Lauren


and one month later…a camp re-cap

So…I got home from camp and guess what?  Life got in the way.  I started work, we’ve been house-hunting (still nothing yet), canning ourselves silly to get lots of produce put up for the winter, you know the drill.  So I’m finally getting around to talking about camp.  Of course, the day I got home from camp I had to share my massive victory of overcoming my fear of heights and doing the zipline, but then I failed to follow through on my promise to write more later.  Fail.

terrified the first time

but totally loving it by time 2 4 7

If you’ve been paying attention, you know that this summer I was blessed to get to go to not one, but two wonderful church camps.  I started off my summer with a week of church camp with our church here in Bowling Green.  Then I ended my summer with a week of camp with the church that my family attends, and the people that I’ve been going to camp with for years.

cute family of geese that live at camp

I can’t tell you how excited I was that my work schedule worked out perfectly and allowed me to go to camp.  I did have to drive back to BG one day for a training (and take advantage of my nice, clean shower), but other than that I got to spend the whole week at camp.  There is just something about spending that week with people who I don’t get to see all the time that feels like coming home.  Not to get all mushy gushy about camp on you, but it really is one (or two!) of my favorite weeks of the year and I have some of the best memories there.

We were very fortunate that the extremely hot, 100+ degree temperatures from earlier in June and July let up a little that week.  It was hot, but not unbearably so.  Thanks to some of the men from church, we also had air conditioning in the cabins for the first time this year, which took the edge off a bit.  We had one MASSIVE storm Thursday night.  I mean, I don’t get scared during storms but this one made me a little afraid that we were going to get blown away.  Other than that, we had pretty good weather.

I had the youngest girls cabin (3rd and 4th grade).  What a great age!  I liked that this year I got to have the oldest girls (at my first camp) and the youngest girls (at my second camp).  Both come with their unique challenges but they’re both really fun to spend time with so I’m glad I got the best of both worlds.  My girls at camp this week were so good.  Several of them I’ve known since birth (two were even the flower girls in our wedding) and then we also had a few new faces and a few visitors from an outreach program.

lovely picture of our wedding, as drawn by one of the aforementioned former flower girls

I’m particularly fond of my lips and “Michhle”s hair

In addition to being a cabin counselor I also helped with Bible class and with crafts some.  Our theme for this year was “There’s An App for That” and we talked about how the Bible is the only “app” we need to have in order to know how to live a righteous life and get to heaven.

learning the books of the New Testament

We made crayon art in crafts, which was so super fun.  I love crayon art!

one of my favorite canvases that a camper made

another favorite, made by one of the adults for her classroom – I’d love to make this for my craft room!

In addition to overcoming my fear of heights and doing the zipline (which I said I’d never do), I also did something else that I never planned to do again…play a sport.  I’ve mentioned a little before (and someday I’m going to go into great detail because I’ve got some hilarious stories, I just need to find the time to sit down and write them) but I’m terrible at sports athletically challenged.  I’ve tried many but never been very good.  And I never really had the desire to participate in sports activities so I didn’t really care.  But at camp, they announced that there was going to be a camper vs. counselor softball game.

I’m not sure what possessed me, but I said I’d play.

Because for some odd reason, seven years ago when I bought my car, I tossed my softball glove in the trunk with a bunch of random other stuff.  You know just in case.  Not that I ever planned to play again.  In fact, the last time I think I even used that glove was the last softball game I played…at age 15.  So 10 years later, I decided to give it a go.

Something funky happened inside my glove over the last 10 years (dry rot? no idea) and the first time I put my hand in, I got that black ick all over my fingers.  Weird.

And guess what?  I wasn’t great, but I wasn’t half-bad!  I play waaayyy better ball at 25 than I ever did at 15. (We’ll just pretend that it had nothing to do with the fact that we were playing slow-pitch softball against a hodge-podge middle school kids, not fast-pitched softball against girls who cut their teeth on ball gloves.  Or that I actually exercise regularly and am no longer the pudgy, out-of-shape kid that I used to be.  No, surely it’s not either of those things.  It has to be that I’ve magically become athletic overnight…)

And most of all, we had fun!  I really did!  In fact, if I ever get a chance to be on a church league team, I just might play.  I know, will wonders ever cease? (oh stop laughing)

I’ll try not to look this awkward while batting, though

Anyway, so there’s camp week in a nutshell.  I loved it.  I enjoyed getting to spend time with the kiddos (who make me feel super old, and now I totally understand why people used to tell me they couldn’t believe how fast I was growing up…because I feel that same way when I see kids I babysat as infants and toddlers becoming unrecognizable, mature, fantastic, Christian teenagers…sniff sniff) and I had fun catching up with the other adults who I don’t get to see much (and who very politely overlook my weirdness…like essentially setting up my own little mini-kitchen in the mess hall so I could stick to our 100 day challenge).

Ok, who’s ready to go back?

(Oh, and by the way…in case you wondered why I posted about camp, but there were no pictures of actual campers doing camp things…I try not to post pictures of kids unless I know their parents are ok with it, and usually not adults either if I think they’d rather me not…and since I know that I don’t prefer pictures of myself in my sweaty, no make-uped camp state, I figure others don’t either.  Just explaining so you don’t think I’m a total narcissist who only posts and/or takes pictures of herself.  Nope, just trying to retain a little privacy in this insanely digital world)

What I Wore Wednesday

Let’s talk about cardigans.  I love them.  Do you?  I used to think cardigans were totally grandmotherly or *ahem* for librarians (cough, cough).  But then I realized just how wonderful these little pieces of clothing can be!  Of course, they are great for winter as a sweater-alternative, but I’ve recently discovered them for the warmer months, too.  After buying my first short sleeved cardi (the gray BR one in the last picture) and wearing it to death, I realized I needed to add some more of these babies to my wardrobe.  So when we went to Gatlinburg in the spring and I went shopping at the outlet malls, I saw that Loft had their cardigans for buy one get one free.  So I got four.  Excessive?  I was a little afraid it might be at the time.  But you know what, now I wish I had bought more.  I wear them all the time.  You might have noticed the turquoise and purple ones from past WIWW posts, and you can see the coral and pink ones in the following pictures.  Not only are they perfect for layering, but I really like the cut and think it’s slimming.

I just love how I can toss one of these over a sleeveless shirt and make it totally work appropriate!  Plus I’m always cold so this adds a layer of warmth to my clothes without being bulky.

What about you?  Are you a cardigan fan?

Wednesday or Thursday (how terrible that I’ve already forgotten!) – work

cardi/Loft outlet; shirt/Banana Republic outlet; pants/Kohl’s; shoes/Maurices

When I bought the coral cardigan I just knew it would match the BR top perfectly, it took me forever to get around to finally wearing it and I can’t believe I waited so long!  I love this combo!  Expect to see it again because I’m already envisioning it with a pencil skirt and heels for church.

Sunday – church

dress/??? the brand is Scarlett, I think it bought it at TJ Maxx or Stein Mart or Marshalls or a similar type store; shoes/Loft

I actually almost added a cardigan over this dress before church on Sunday, but then stopped myself since I seem to wear one everyday, but now I sort of wish I had…it looks a little boring in this picture and could have used a pop of color.

Monday – work

cardi/Loft outlet; top/Loft outlet; skirt/Goodwill; shoes/Maurices

Tuesday – work (actually I was at a training all day and not at school, hence the jeans on a non-Friday)

cardi/Banana Republic outlet; top/Banana Republic outlet; jeans/Gap; shoes/Qupid via Rugged Wearhouse (Gabriel Bros)

And on a semi-related note (to jeans, not to cardigans), I’m happy to announce that my jeans, though they are from Gap, are not mom jeans.

(Rachel from Grasping for Objectivity, one of my favorite bloggers, recently revealed the earth-shattering news that Gap and Old Navy are guilty of procuring mom jeans…fortunately I’m one of the few who has the right body type and is able to wear them without incident…whew!)

If you haven’t read about Mom jeans and the dreaded long butt, or checked to see if your Gap and Old Navy jeans are guilty of this too, read these links NOW!  But not while you’re drinking anything because you’ll choke from laughing so hard.

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taking surveys {Works for Me Wednesday}


It’s always nice to earn a little extra money when you can, and taking online surveys is one way you can do that. (I just realized as I typed that sentence that it sounded very spam-ish…as in “I’m your long-lost uncle, send me all your money and I’ll send you a million dollars…sorry about that, I promise I’m not spamming you)

I found out about taking online surveys from, a completely reputable blog that teaches you how to use coupons to save tons of money (and in a former life I used to do a lot of couponing, thanks to Jenny).  She wrote three very detailed posts about online surveys – how they work, how much money to expect, what types of rewards they have, and which ones are quality sites (I’m not going to go into as much detail as she did, since she has way more experience than me, so I highly suggest you go read those posts yourself herehere, and here.)

Although I felt a little skeptical and nervous that they were going to spam me or go all Big Brother on me, I decided to sign up for a few online survey sites.  This was sometime after we moved to Bowling Green and I did not yet have a job so I thought this would be a way for me to make a little bit of money.  I signed up for three sites:, Opinion Outpost, and  I ended up dropping two of the three because they were frustrating and not very user friendly…and not worth the hassle to me.  So now I only use and I’ve been very happy with them.  However, in those posts I mentioned and linked to above, she recommends several more survey sites that you might want to look in to – I just don’t have the time to do anymore surveys than I already do.

Each time you take a survey you get points.  After you’ve accumulated enough points, you can cash them in for rewards.  I always choose Amazon gift cards (you go to the MySurvey rewards store, redeem your points, they give you a code which you then type in to your Amazon account and it credits your account – I’ve done it twice and it worked perfectly each time).  So far I’ve earned $50 to use on Amazon, and I’m getting really close to having enough points to get another $25.

In addition to earning points, sometimes they will send you a product to test and review.  Usually it’s a full-sized product, and that saves you money when you don’t have to go out and buy that yourself.  Some of the things I’ve been sent to test are:

  • A package (6 rolls) of toilet paper
  • 2 full sized sets of shampoo and conditioner (I had to use one set for two weeks, then the other set for two weeks, then take surveys about them…but they worked fine and I get to keep all the products I review so I’ve kept using them, so that’s two sets of shampoo and conditioner I don’t have to buy)
  • pretzel snacks
  • sunscreen (this is the only one that I was very unhappy with – I used the sunscreen to test it out, and within two hours of using it I got the worst burn I’ve had in years)
  • A full container of those dishwasher packet things

It’s very easy to use.  If you don’t have time to take the surveys when you get the emails, you can just wait until it’s convenient and then they’ll be there waiting for you.  Plus you can earn a little money from your nice cozy home.  You won’t get rich or anything, but it’s an easy way to make a few extra bucks.

So there you have it, using works for me!

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(By the way, I am not being paid or compensated in any way to tell you about  I’ve just had a good experience with them and wanted to share some ways that you could make a little extra money by taking surveys.)

August block of the month

After a weekend full of canning tomatoes, tomato sauce, and green beans, I had a bit of a break yesterday and got to spend my Sunday afternoon working on my quilt.  I completed my August quilt blocks and, as with every month, I’m already wishing I knew what September’s would be so I could get to work on them!  This month we learned how to do two different star blocks.

Ohio Star

not my favorite – pretty plain jane, and I couldn’t get all my corners to match up nicely

Double Star

I was a little skeptical about this one at first, but I ended up really liking it and it wasn’t nearly as hard to do as I expected

I just can’t wait until December when I’ll have my very first quilt completely done!  I’m so excited to see how it turns out!

(in case you’re new around here, I’m taking a free online quilting class: Craftsy Block of the Month…feel free to join at any time if you want to make a quilt, too)

high five for Friday…never have I ever edition


Happy Friday!  I hope you’ve had a wonderful week.  I had a GREAT first week of school!  I had all my classes in the library this week so I got to meet all my kiddos (except preschool, they don’t come until next week).  This is a total “duh” statement, but elementary school is so very different than high school.  And that’s a good thing.  I’m still figuring out how to handle the occasional crying and frequent tattling (not quite a big problem in high school…) but I’ll get it eventually :).  I absolutely love it.

Today instead of doing 5 exciting things about my week for High Five for Friday, I’m going to do a little something different instead.  Yesterday, Abbie over at Five Days Five Ways (great blog, check it out…) posted her five “I nevers”.  As in the slumber party game (apparently it’s also a drinking game) “never have I ever”.  I thought that was a fun idea so today I’m going to share 5 of my “never have I evers”.

1. Never have I ever eaten a peanut butter and jelly sandwich – I know.  It seems so un-American.  I have no idea why this is.  I love peanut butter and ate a blue-million peanut butter sandwiches growing up, but I don’t know why I never ate any peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.  I’m not sure if I tried it when I was really little and didn’t like it (and don’t remember), or if my mom just never made them for us.  A friend in college though this was preposterous so he gave me a little bite of his pb&j but it was mostly bread so I didn’t really get a taste.  I don’t think I liked it though.

2. Never have I ever dyed my hair – Mostly just because I feel like once you start you have to keep it up and #1 I don’t want to have to deal with all the maintenance and #2 it’s expensive.  However, I know it’s coming…probably sooner rather than later.  When you find your first gray hair when you’re 15, you know it won’t be long before you have to go gray or cover it up.  I’m holding out as long as I can though.

3. Never have I ever missed a class in college – Yes, I am a total nerd.  I never missed a class, I never skipped a class.  One time I got my times mixed up and showed up about 30 minutes late for a class, but that’s the closest I ever came to missing class.  Too bad they don’t give perfect attendance awards in college.

4. Never have I ever had the flu – At least, not that I can remember (babyhood/toddlerhood doesn’t count…if I had the flu then, I certainly don’t know about it or remember).  Let’s hope that doesn’t change in the future.  On a similar note, I’ve also never had a flu shot.

5. Never have I ever driven more than five hours – I’ve ridden more than five hours many times while other people drove, but I’ve never drive more than five continuous hours.  Which is good becuase I really dislike driving.

So that’s what I’ve never done, what have you never done?

Linking up with Lauren


why I no longer subscribe to Marie Claire + the motherhood double standard


I have never been a Marie Claire reader.  The only reason I got a subscription in the past few years is because I found one of those crazy good deals where it was like $4 for a year or something.  I didn’t really know anything about it, but I figured for that price I could check it out.

To be honest, I’ve never been crazy about it.  It’s mostly high fashion where I usually lean toward more practical clothes.  But it did have articles about Project Runway, and I love me some PR so I liked that part.  I usually flipped through it every month, read a little bit of it, and that was that.

Now, most magazines have things in them that as a Christian I do not agree with or endorse.  Marie Claire is no exception.  They write lots of things that I don’t agree with, but I’m old enough to determine that for myself and move on.  However, when I read the May 2012 issue, I just reached my breaking point.  I decided I would no longer be supporting them by paying for or reading their magazine.  Here’s why:

The May 2012 issue had an article called Motherlode.  You can read the whole thing here on their website if you like.  The article was an interview with an author, Elisabeth Badinter.  She wrote a book (which Marie Claire did say was controversial) called The Conflict: How Modern Motherhood Undermines the Status of Women.

This is what got me – in reference to women who have a higher education but who choose to stop working after they have children, Ms. Badinter says “it’s this absence of vision in the middle of their lives that I find infantile.  I’ll say it: infantile.” (emphasis mine)

Yes, you read that correctly, she says that women who choose to be stay at home moms are INFANTILE.

I was furious.  Not because I think that all women should be stay-at-home moms.  I realize that is not the right choice for everyone.  I realize that some women can’t financially do that, don’t want to do that, or are single moms who have no choice.  I am not here to dictate whether you should work or stay home, that is your decision.  I know what is right for me and my family, and that is all that I need to know.  (I just wanted to clear that up, lest someone think I am bashing working moms…that is definitely not the case)

What infuriates me is that Marie Claire, which is all about women’s rights and woman-power and being whatever you want to be, is basically saying “Oh yes, you have the choice to be anything you want to be EXCEPT a stay at home mom.  If that’s your choice then you are an idiot.”  I’m sorry, but if we’re going to be all “women can do anything they want”, then shouldn’t being a stay at home mom be one of those choices?

Here’s the deal.  I’m not a stay at home mom.  In fact, I’m not a mom at all.  But I might be someday.  And guess what?  I have a masters degree.  I’m highly educated.  And to tell me that if I choose to stay home with my children that I am infantile…I don’t think so.

But the sad thing is, it’s not just Marie Claire who has this double standard of “be whatever you want to be, except the ‘traditional, old fashioned’ mom”.  Sadly, this thinking is everywhere.  It was about this same time that Hilary Rosen stated that Ann Romney, a stay-at-home mom, had “never worked a day in her life”.  I typically don’t care about or keep up with politics, but I did hear about that and it made me MAD.  Over and over again people imply (or state outright) that it’s stupid to stay home with your children.  That its not a “real” job.

If women deserve to be whatever they want to be and do whatever they want to do, then they deserve for one of those choices to be a stay-at-home mom.  Period.

Ok, I’m stepping off my soapbox now.  There is no moral to my story.  I don’t know how to change society’s views on this subject.  I just needed to get this off my chest.  Apparently this is just one of the few issues that really gets me riled up and I felt the need to share.

What do you think?  Am I the only one, or do you see the double-standard in our society too?

And in the interest of ending on a semi-humorous note…

Source: via Elissa on Pinterest

What I Wore Wednesday

School has officially started!  And this is what I’ve been wearing…

Wednesday – opening day of school (all the employees in the district get together for a big back-to-school meeting the day before school starts, some of the schools wear matching shirts), church

shirt/school; jeans/Gap; shoes/Crocs

Thursday – first day of school

dress/Gabriel Bros; tank/Gabriel Bros; cardi/Loft outlet; shoes/Fergalicious via DSW

Sunday – church

top/Loft outlet; skirt/Worthington brand, can’t remember what store that is from; shoes/Shoe Carnival (from this)

Monday – work

tank/Old Navy; sweater/Loft outlet; skirt/NY&Co; shoes/Maurices

Tuesday – work

dress/Old Navy; tank/Old Navy; cardi/Banana Republic outlet; shoes/Rugged Wearhouse (Gabriel Bros); necklace/made by me

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top 10 Facebook no-no’s

Today’s Works for Me Wednesday post is actually a DOESN’T Work for Me Wednesday post…as in the top 10 Facebook faux pas that make me crazy.  Consider yourself warned, some toes are gonna get crunched….

1. contests – I cannot even describe to you how much I can’t stand it when people ask you to vote for this or that in a contest.  It’s typically a cutest kid type contest, and I hate to break it to you but you can’t ALL have the cutest kid.  Just sayin…  The worst offenders are the ones that post “go vote for this so I can win that”, or “only five more days…go vote!”.  Posting about a contest one time is moderately acceptable, but any more that that is just asking to get blocked.

2. not editing your pictures – I want to look at your pictures.  I really do.  But what I don’t want to look at is 200 pictures of very very similar poses, with each pose being shown in black and white, sepia, and color.  Or when you just dump every picture from your camera into an event and don’t go through to remove the pictures of the floor that you accidentally took or the really blurry pictures.  Have an editing eye!  You’re only hurting yourself – I’m much more likely to look at your pictures if I don’t have to click through a million of the exact same picture or a ton of junk.  Edit, edit, edit!

3. gruesome picturess – Ok this one could actually be a safety hazard.  I get dizzy just talking about blood, not to mention seeing it, so when you post a particularly bloody or gruesome picture that I come across while I’m checking Facebook, I may just pass out and injure myself.  The worst part is there is no warning…I’m just innocently scrolling through my news feed and then *bam* there’s a picture of someone’s baby entering the world or a nasty bloody cut.  In all seriousness…STOP!  Again, I really do want to see pictures of your sweet precious newborn, but have some discretion and please don’t put the pictures of junior emerging from you on Facebook (yes, I’ve really seen that).  In fact, I’d really appreciate if you’d only post pictures once you’ve cleaned all the baby gunk off him a little.  And sorry but there’s no time I’d ever want to see your bloody injury, so just don’t do it.

4. posting a new picture of yourself each day that looks just like the one you posted yesterday – Why?  These are always just of your face (sometimes with the classic duck lips) so I can’t even see if you have on a good outfit.  I promise you haven’t changed that much.


5. I need attention posts – You know, the ones that are intentionally vague with the hope that people will ask you to elaborate.  Examples include, but are not limited to, “So sad…”, “crying…”, heartbroken :(“, “MAD!!!!!”.  You might as just well write “I want attention!”

6. back and forth posts that read like a text message – Please don’t blow up my news feed with you and your bestie’s whole conversation.  If it’s that long, just text each other.  Or Facebook chat.  Or send an email.  Or send a Facebook message.  Please.

7. practically naked maternity pictures – I’m not sure why people think that having a pregnant belly means you should post nearly-nude pictures of yourself, but the fact is…it doesn’t (although unfortuanltey many people post practically naked pictures of themselves all the time, pregnant or not, not cool).  Anyway, I love a good maternity picture.  Weekly updates are fine.  Just please stay clothed.  Thank you.  Sincerely, my eyes.

8. game/app/whatever requests – Nothing is more disappointing than getting a Facebook notification, only to discover that it’s just someone requesting you to play a game.  Rude.

9. linking Pinterest with Facebook so that everything you pin on Pinterest also shows up in my newsfeed – I’m probably already following you on Pinterest, and I don’t want to have to see the same pins twice.  A funny meme or picture every once in a while is fine, but every.single.thing you pin does not need to be shown on Facebook.  Check your settings.  Please and thank you.

10. Baby Gaga – We’re happy you’re having a baby, but nobody except you really cares about your baby’s progress at week 21 (or 25, or 30, or 40, or …).  Get an app or read a book.  No need to have that on Facebook.  (This is Michael’s contribution to this list, although I agree)

(edited to add a bonus that I just remembered…) 11. “re-post this” statuses – Guess what, I love my husband, mother, brother, God, the same whether or not I “repost this if you agree”.  I seriously can’t stand those.  They usually say “repost this if you love your so-and-so”, implying that if you don’t repost then obviously you don’t love them very much.  Baloney.

Honorable mention:

Source: via Lisa on Pinterest


So what did I miss?  Feel free to leave a comment with your own Facebook pet peeves.

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