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So What If:
I have sooooo much snow on my front lawn that it is higher than my bedroom window?
because of that snow I hate waking up, just to look out the window and see it. It is miserating!
my car was shaking sooooo bad last week because of THAT snow being stuck somewhere, that I couldn't even sing along to my Ipod without sounding like a vibrating mess.
I have been counting down the days till Dominican!! I am excited!!
it is sooo cold here that the roads are heaving, creating massive bumps continuously on the roads that my juice jumped out of my cup this morning.
I sometimes neglect to clean the snow off the dogs when they come in the house, only because it is pure amusement seeing Lux chase the flying mini snow balls when the dogs shake it off.
I then get frustrated when I step in the snow that Lux has failed to clean up!
I just used the spell check and it says "miserating" is not a word... It is in my books! I will continue to use it too!
I took it one step further and googled it and sure enough, it really isn't a word, but it suggested commiserate, which means to feel sorrow towards something. I don't feel sorrow towards the snow, I do not feel bad for it... I am miserable about it/towards it, to the point that I may or may not have went to kick it in disgust and ended up with a sore foot. It should commiserate me!
I watched Teen Mom 2 and actually felt bad for Janelle, in the sense that she comes from a broken home and her Mom is not a good role model at all. I still don't think she makes good life choices. But it would be hard to figure out good life choices in that situation too!