Have you ever…

said something often enough that it kinda becomes your motto or catch phrase? Kinda how valley girls say “Like… like… like…”  how you expect surfers to go “DUDE!” Well I’m sure anyone who is crafty has one and it might possibly be just like mine…

I say that often enough that my hubs just looks at me with a dramatic eye roll that you would think could only come out of a 14 year old girl. It IS amazing how much of a kick in the pants that is to “show him I can!” I’m kinda at that point lullz. I have 1 billion ideas swirling in my brain and now need to get the know how to disprove the eye roll. I’m headed off to work on one such project πŸ™‚ I hope you have a fabby Friday!


  • Kellie Winnell

    Lol, mine is "Yeah, nah" or Rarara, when I'm talking I'll say : And then I said to them rararara, lol! I love this, it's bright, funky and flippin AWESOME!

    Hugs xx

  • lena

    Cute, fun looking page. I am new follower and I like to invite you to my blog for a custom made apron give away. Enter @

  • Carley

    I love this so stinkin' cute! I say like all the time although I am far from a valley girl but bless me I have a terrible habit of saying it!

  • Amy

    HAHAHA, so so so true Kristy!! George has gotten so used to it he now ASKS me if I can make it first HAHAAH! Love the layout it's fabulous!!

  • Leah the Orange

    ooohhhh! what a FUNKY page! and what ARE those on the feetsies? you make 'em?

    i lullz at Kate – i think that definitely qualifies, if that's what everyone is EXPECTING to come out of your mouth! πŸ˜€

  • Kristy

    Def counts Kate! LOL! πŸ™‚

    Leah, those are my slippers from the chic place, Target πŸ˜‰ $9.99 yo! Love the ruffles all knitted and yummy!

  • Kim Sonksen

    ha ha ha – how true! I always say that too, when we go shopping or have a look around some places and Mr P says "why don't you buy that", I generally end up snorting with contempt and exclaim "I can make that myself"

    BUt I guess my most used phrase is "yadda yadda yadda". Mainly when I can't be arsed to tell the whole story in detail I go "and you know, yadda yadda yadda – the end"

  • Zarah

    *giggles*Yup. Got a few of these myself. I tend to switch them around too – pick up old phrases (from the fourties and so on) and use them until people think they're cool again and start using them too. Then I pick another. It's a kick! *grins*

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