There's a cute guy who sits beside you in College Algebra, which on most days, is the only reason that you even bother going to class.
The professor is standing at the front of the room talking about how something will yield such-and-such, but all you hear is "Bueller.... Bueller....".
Although solving for X to determine how many watermelons should be taken to the festival is super interesting, you're thinking about the cute guy's dimples instead. And how his hair curls at his ears. And how he doesn't know you're alive.
But then on Friday, the cute boy walks up to you and says, "Hi, I'm Jim. Do you want to grab a cup of coffee after class?"
But you've got to play it cool, right? So you say, "That should be okay. I mean... well, sure. Why not?"
But on the inside? You're doing cartwheels and whatever hot mess Ke$ha calls dancing.
That's exactly what happened to me when Mamapedia asked me if they could publish my article.
On the outside, I was all like, "Sure, that would be okay." But on the inside, I was KeSha in the Tick Tock video. Hot mess central.
Be sure to stop by Mamapedia to read A Funny Letter To My Kids.
So far, 99% of the comments say that I'm an idiot or a bad mother. It looks like it's going to be a banner day. :)