D is for DECEPTIVE
Frankly this word has seriously stumped me this week. Having it come up as the word of the day seemed deceptively easy.
E is for Ewwww!
Ethan was deceptive about what his underclothing was today. He chose to wear his swim jammer all day today instead of underwear. Seriously, Ewww!
C is for CANDY
I've been eating a bazillion Giant SweeTarts this week. They make me all sweaty when I eat them. The Tart part is deceptively stronger than the Sweet part, which you'd expect in candy. But man I LOVE the purple ones!
E is for ENGRY (or angry)
This past week I was accused of being a deceptive person. The accuser let my son know she was upset with me and asked him to convey the message. I admit this made me angry. Ah, the joys of volunteering your time to help people!
P is for PEOPLE
I'm specifically speaking of people who sneak into random wards and share their LONG testimonies in a deceptively 'religious' husky voice. I'm on to you! I actually can tell when you are speaking from your heart vs your psycho mind!
T is for TIME
Thinking that you will eventually have Time to do anything you want and actually finish your To-Do list is deceptive!!
I is for ICE CREAM.
Those little Ben N' Jerry's that cost $1 at Walmart and come with the little spoon have 240 calories. That's completely deceptive -- small container should be small calories!
V is for VINCENT BOY
One of my Vincent boys thought I was being deceptive when I told him NOT to put his suit in the washing machine. Luckily he only washed the pants (because he had put a cookie in his pocket). I'm now wondering what I do about that. . . . other than yell at the Vincent boy (Josh).
E is for ENTERTAINMENT
My good entertainment for the week was reading Brandon Mull's Beyonders. I really do enjoy Brandon Mull's writing. He is very talented and the style of book is great for me. I really hate having to wait for sequels though. And there was a really great quote in the book about Deception. But it was deceptively hard to find, even though I thought I'd remember the page number I saw it on.