To go to water aerobics even though it’s been a week or so since you shaved your legs.
To have lost track of the number of times you’ve read or watched the Harry Potter series. Harry Potter forever.
To want to smother your husband with a pillow when he decides to hit the snooze button on his alarm for an hour. It’s not okay to actually smother him, but it’s okay to want to.
To have looked at the line winding out the door to the movie theater and decide to go home and take a Valentine’s Day nap instead of seeing a movie.
To stop for 50% off Valentine’s Day candy on your way home from the gym.
To be a regular at restaurant so much so that even though one of your kids places a seriously bizarre order, it’s the same seriously bizarre order each time, so no one even bats an eye at it any more.
To be fully aware of where all the kids’ eat free/cheap nights are and plan your weekly menu around those.
To have looked out at the rain and noted the cool temps and decided that even if soccer practice wasn’t called off, you weren’t taking the kids anyway.
To have wanted to reply to the parent who complained that they were already at the fields when practice was canceled that it was their fault for showing up 40 minutes early.
To decide it’s not worth it to reply to the nonsensical group texts, even if you know the answer to what everyone else is asking, because you know everyone will want to argue with you anyway and you just don’t feel like wasting your time.
To want to try stand up paddleboard yoga even though you’re notoriously clumsy and pretty sure you’ll wind up in the ocean more than on your board.
To have almost started laughing when your yoga instructor said “You can place your blanket under your head if you have one,” because “everyone has a head!”
To be dreaming of summer already.
To say NO to some of the opportunities that have presented themselves to you that you’d like to do, except you realize you can’t do everything.