But I have only one thing to say.
It's brilliant, though. Ready?
You know how they're always telling you that if a woman's adrenaline gets pumping, she could lift a city bus off her child?
Well, today I did an experiment, and I believe I have conclusively proven that in the absence of a city bus, when her adrenaline gets going, a woman can pick up big, heavy pieces of furniture--that weigh about as much as a bus--and pretty much juggle with them.
Which is what I did today. Emptied out a big bookcase, dragged it upstairs, moved it into my daughter's room, reloaded it with stuff. All by myself. And it was easy.
You've just got to love that adrenaline. Archimedes needed a lever and a place to stand to move the world, but a woman pumped full of furniture-moving drive can do it without the lever.
See, I told you it was brilliant. Admit it. I blinded you with science, didn't I?