Smiles, frowns and confusion

I can sum up yesterday evening with a few simple facial expressions

:Body pump squats: SMILE for strength

:Body pump lunges: FROWN for almost falling on the girl next to me! (legit, no joke, for serious, I came so close to toppling this time)

:75 cent coupon for Dr. Kracker: SMILE for saving $ AND new delicious products

:Some purchased peppers didn’t make their final voyage to my kitchen: FROWN on forgetful grocery cashiers and my lack of attention

:EASY recipes such as Ina’s Easy Sole paired with leftover couscous cakes: SMILE for super speedy, easy, tasty meals

:New artist discovery !!VV BROWN!! (l.o.v.e & shark in the water acoustic!) : SMILES for a hot off the press mix cd and grooving in the kitchen

:LOST! LOST! LOST! perma confusion... this might help

:Series finale of Lost approaching faster than Jacob's momma's life span after giving birth (May 23): SERIOUS FROWN

The smiles definitely outweighed the frowns so that’s just another thing to smile about!

Quotes magotes!

A smile is a curve that sets everything straight. ~Phyllis Diller
Smile - sunshine is good for your teeth. ~Author Unknown
A smile is an inexpensive way to improve your looks. ~Charles Gordy
Smile - it increases your face value. ~Author Unknown

1 comment:

  1. I like the quote "smile - it increases your face value" =) too funny!