Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Facebook Self-Consciousness

I've come to the conclusion that I don't have the self-esteem to post status updates on Facebook. Because I feel braver on the blog, here are a couple of the things I would post, should I ever grow out of my 14-year-old girl self-consciousness.

If the worst thing my husband makes me do is take a shower after running, I have it pretty easy.

After-church nachos are the awesome. We need to do this more often.

Any guesses on the number of times, in 45 minutes, that one adult can return one little boy to his bed when he's supposed to be sleeping, and NOT visiting his brother in the top bunk?

P.S. Yes, that's it. It's been one of those weeks months.


  1. ben doesn't make me shower after a run, but i'm sure he's glad i do!

    do you do after-church nachos a lot? we've done them like twice (although they have been before church since we've had late church for the past 3 years . . . ) we just never have chips! but they remind me of home - remember, we did them kind of a lot?

    that ollie!

  2. my self consciousness may play a LARGER part in the whole I do not have a facebook account at all! it happens. the big girls can just admit to it! ;)

  3. Facebook is the worst. Seriously. Except for the birthday wishes. I would "like" all of the above posts though, if you ever did post them!

    I also am way to self-conscious to ever post anything except for the occasional picture...but I am constantly writing facebook statuses in my head. I also do the same with blog posts. Kinda weird that we think this way now, isn't it?

  4. p.s. I am now going to make nachos for lunch. Thanks for the idea!