My only problem today is that I can’t decide which news to share with you all.
I could tell you I got a new job and we’re moving.
I could tell you that I’ve been infected with the Conficker virus (don’t open any e-mails from me!).
I could tell you I’m pregnant.
Or maybe I should mention we won the lottery?
Oh, yeah. And you should know I’m quitting the blog.
But of course, if I told you these things… that would make me a big. fat. liar. :)
April Fool’s Day is fun and all, but for the most part, I’m not a big fan of being fooled! I suppose it depends on the joke, however.
One year, when my mom was still having my taxes done with her taxes, she called me to tell me her tax guy had called and said there had been a mistake on my return, and I actually owed the IRS a lot of money. I was all upset, and then she told me–April Fool’s! NOT FUNNY, Mom.
Going back to my younger days, I have fond memories of tricking my brothers, babysitters, friends, etc. I specifically remember coloring a rubberband black (using a Sharpie) and then putting it around the button to the sprayer on the kitchen sink. I came up with some excuse to get my babysitter to turn on the sink and HAHAHAHA! SOAKED. I was quite the peach.
My cousin is known for pulling pranks on her poor, unsuspecting mother. The year she was getting married (in September), she called her mom on April Fool’s Day, crying hysterically, saying that she and her fiance had gotten into a huge fight and they were calling off the wedding. Another year, I’m pretty sure she told her mom she was pregnant, too. Now she’s both married AND pregnant (for real this time), so there’s that. Lord knows what she’ll come up with this year.
So what are your best (or worst) April Fool’s Day pranks? Ones you have pulled off, or ones you have fallen for? The “holiday” itself–do you love it or hate it?
AboutI'm Heather. I just turned 30. I'm happily married, and mommy to the most beautiful little girl in the world (what, you're saying I could be biased?). Determined DIYer and homeowner. Sarcastic. A perfectionist. A bleeding-heart liberal. Frugal. Loves a little dog way more than many humans. Loves food, hates exercise (it's an ongoing battle). A loyal football fan. I love to laugh. Value family and friends above all else. Vie to be a world traveler.
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