Welcome to Random Tuesdays! Please visit the Un-Mom to play along (it really is a good time).
I've managed to catch a few non-baby related thoughts floating around my brain this week, just I'm not making any promises on quality.
So this headline caught my eye - Girl, 10 tasered by police officer in Arkansas
This happened in Ozark, Arkansas which is a tiny town of less than 4,000 people...where my parents just so happen to live.
And I know tasing a child isn't really funny, but since she's okay I hope I'm not too bad a person if I gave my mom a little crap.
(And I also might have laughed...but just a little, I swear.)
And these people definitely need to get some real problems, or at least a little perspective - 7 strange plastic surgery procedures
I think the "radish calf" cure is the most bizarre. I've heard of cankles before, but complaining comparing your buff calf lto a vegetable was a new one to me.
I think there are cases when plastic surgery is totally warranted if it makes somebody feel better, but it can definitely get out of control.
I'll pass on cosmetic surgery myself. I'm not a fan of volunteering for unnecessary pain and then paying the people who made me feel like crap.
I'll just stick to my wonder bra and maybe buy some spanx if I'm feeling self conscious.
Luckily, I'm too cheap to buy real Eggos, otherwise this might be a problem - Eggo Waffle Shortage: Bacteria First Forced Plant Closure
Apparently, eggos will be hard to find until next summer. The freezer shelves are certainly looking pathetically empty at my grocery store. (I wonder how many people are hoarding eggos? I'm dreaming up all kinds of strange arguments and mental pictures.)
It's just weird to me that they couldn't figure out how to meet the demand. Kellogg's is probably losing a boat load of money over this whole thing.
The generic Safeway brand really isn't bad. I recommend them if you're desperate (or cheap, like me).
So far, the little one is still butt down. I've got a little more than a week before my appointment where we will "talk about the options". I think that might be one of the scariest things a doctor can say to you.
I hope she is more cooperative after she is born!
Have a great Tuesday everybody!