Dodgeball

I hope your Valentine’s Day was amazing. I spent mine with 400 kids at Jump City and watching Kung Fu Panda III. Don’t be jealous.

Things that I can live without: anything that involves too many children and not enough parental supervision and sanitization. However, being the team player I am, I found a Groupon that would allow two adults and one child admission to an afternoon of MRSA covered trampolines and…DODGEBALL! What?!?! Nobody mentioned that adults are given full access to the dodgeball courts in which you can throw balls at children, without reservation! (Enter various lines from Dodgeball now). Seriously, you would think I was seeking revenge on the recess bullies of elementary school. For hours I jumped around, unapologetically drilling any child who dared to participate in the game. Although not your traditional Valentines day,┬ároses don’t compare to the satisfaction of taking out the class bully.

**No children were harmed during the actual event.

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Lauren Conrad blouse – Goodwill Denver – $6

Earrings – ARC Thrift – $3

Cowhide belt (no tag) – Mountain Thrift – $2

Gap suede skirt (new with tags) – Savers – $7

Boots – ARC Thrift – $5

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