Some may refer to themselves as President in Charge of Domestic Relations, Matriarch Division. Me, well, I usually go by mom.
But every now and then, its exciting to 're-phrase' my life in such a way that it sounds far more fascinating then it is.
Can you match the correct phrase to the grammatically correct (like I would know what that is)expanded definition? If you can, you are allowed to officially declare yourself,
Incomparable Champion of Obscure Terminology!
I recommend reading these aloud. If anyone is around you they are going to think you are very smart, very well read, or very astutely studying important information… which I suppose it true of you if you are reading my blog.
I'm just saying, I have smart readers!! I'm not saying that I'm smart… just that YOU are. Don't you agree? 🙂
In an effort to encourage self analysis, personal limitations, exploration and discovery of contemporary debate techniques, and to foster supplementary dialogs, I chose to authorize a 'non impeding' clause into my children's disciplinary repertoire.
Understanding the need for expedience; when confronted with an adolescent who declines to receive instruction, concentrate on present errand, or entertain rational introspection, I am inclined to elevate my intonation to acquire said adolescents' due diligence.
Upon entering utility area and appraising laundry condition I deduct that the most sagacious resolution is to temporarily terminate the accessibility of utility area and advance briskly away from operation.
Periodically, I necessitate a specific contemptible cuisine that is especially abominable for me based on the assumption that my inclination,conscience, or constitution requires it.
Sometimes, when my kids don't listen, I lose it and yell at them to get their attention.
When I open my laundry room door, I freak out, slam the door shut, and run away.
Sometimes, when I'm emotional, I eat crummy food.
Occasionally, when my kids are fighting, I just ignore them and let them figure it out.
I admit it. I do all of these things. But doesn't it sound so much better when big words are involved??? Maybe that's just me.
Can you think of a fun way to re-phrase part of what you do everyday? Got a neat expression for how you mow the grass (lawn cultivator?) or clean a bathroom? I'd love to read it!!!