Even if the waist band is stretched and turning into a ruffle?
Yep! If it doesn’t have holes in embarrassing places, it’s not time to replace it!
(Even then, it’s not time yet, but that’s the point at which a wife or girlfriend will throw it out. . . . )
Unless the existing holes are too large. That can be as bad as new ones!
I found underwear on sale and bought some. They were too big and they didn’t have the ones I wanted in my new smaller size.
I’m getting really tired of readjusting my car seat and steering wheel… Move the seat up, extend the steering wheel, move the seat up… When will it end?
I know a company that does this by mail order. Let me know if you are interested.
Thanks for the offer, but there is a local gal here who will do these kinds of jobs. Now if I can just dig them all out of their hiding places, I didn’t want them hitting the rag bag for the garage so I had to hide them from DH.
I would like to complain about the fact that my co-workers have started complaining that I’m “too happy/energetic” in the mornings.
Solution: slip MCT oil into their coffee to wake them up.
Bahhaahahha! This was happening to me! I couldn’t take it anymore and bought a whole load of new underwear last month… its so good not feeling them rumple up under my trousers!
I came out of the bathroom, and the apt was quiet. Too quiet. I walk into the kitchen to find the 3 and 4yr old “washing” each other’s hair with “bacon water” (aka bacon grease). From the jar I keep on the counter. That is broken on the floor.
Thanks a bunch, keto! Before this woe, I wouldn’t have had jars of bacon grease.
But their hair will be silky smooth and shiny! Remember mayo hair treatments? I sure do!
I do remember mayo hair treatments. I suffered through many as my mother tried to tame my thick, curly, frizzy hair. It was YEARS before I could smell mayo again w/o gagging.
I wish I did too! I was trying to hussle the spawn to the bathtub w/o surrendering to the rage. It was not funny in the moment. It is now that they are washed and in bed. Hard to stay mad at these faces.
See, so shiny! Beautiful kids, btw. I don’t envy the age group and that you have TWO of them but they sure are cute.
Really cute kids Lauren. I love that you are teaching them not to fear snakes.
I do not own a belt that fits (they’re all still too small), but now my pants are getting so big I need something to hold them up. I think this might be called The Ketovore’s Dilemma.