Some weeks seem to have more issues than others, nothing massive this week but there's always little things and apparently everyone approaches them differently. My mum used to tell us "There's nothing a good cry won't fix' but ever practical DH is more about duct tape and "There's nothing a trip to the hardware store can't fix". DD went into a meltdown when she had computer issues and Dad saved the day with a paper clip and a reset and she was like "There's nothing Dad can't fix!" (well, there are but they didn't factor into her thinking at the moment and well, crisis averted!). I haven't had chocolate in ages but DS shared with me tonight (the kids have a neverending stash from the grandparents) and I found myself thinking 'there's nothing a piece of chocolate can't fix' (even if I see the flaws in using that calorie laden thinking on a regular basis) and DS runs to get bandaids at the drop of a hat; i think they are his duct tape! What fills in the blank "There's nothing a ____ can't fix?" at your place? Off to catch some zzz's, hopefully that will fix the tired a bit - happy Friday, all!