There is no way to tiptoe around the title of this post.
Someone posted this on Facebook last week, and I just about died.
Being a " well endowed" woman, I found this to be a little too true.
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Seriously, I cannot eat without sharing my food with the over the shoulder boulders. (The worst offender is popcorn....)
And when I'm getting ready to head to bed, I always find leftovers just waiting for me.
Well, here's a funny little story for ya!
In an effort to
When I pick Caleb up from school, I have to go into the front lobby of the school to wait for him. Hannah and I usually get there a few minutes early in an effort to find a bench to wait on.
This past Friday, as we were waiting for Caleb, the lobby was full of waiting parents.
All of a sudden, I felt something crawling on my lower neck. I quickly swiped at it, thinking it was a loose hair or something, but when I looked down, I realized that it was a small spider.
Trying not to panic, I nonchalantly continued to wipe at my chest, trying to get the spider off of me without drawing too much attention to myself.
Next thing I know, the spider had crawled down the shirt into the endless pit of cleavage.
Now, what's a girl to do?!
The bell had just rung, I HAD TO wait there for Caleb. There was a lobby full of people, I couldn't possibly go digging to try and get it out!
So, I sat there, for what seemed like an eternity. With every passing second, I began sweating and almost twitching. The spider was in there and I could feel it moving around in there!
Have you ever had a spider in your shirt?! Every time it moved, it sent chills down my spine.
Finally, I found Caleb and could not get him out the door fast enough.
We literally ran across the parking lot, as I tried not to scream, and jumped into the van.
I'm praying no one saw me digging in my chest once I got into my car.
I would take leftover popcorn or rice falling out of there any day!