When you dream of having children (if you dream of having children) you usually harbor a best case scenario, a fantasy, an aspiration of a perfect tableau of parenthood. If you are lucky you will experience it 1% of the time.
The great irony is that of all the people to send that gaff, no one is more likely to write something like that on purpose.
Loony spiced up our morning by some forced togetherness amongst That Fucking Cat and Scheissehund. I never knew that cats could roll their eyes.
I’m always astonished that anyone is willing to sign on for an untested adventure with me.
I know there are at least two sides to every story so I am careful about swooping in and passing judgement on whatever incursion du jour is happening, especially when I wasn’t there to personally witness it. Frankly, it would be easier to play King Solomon because the alternative is to get them to come to some kind of consensus. It is exhausting.
Yesterday was a really nice day. For the first time in over a week both kids were well enough to be in school. Hurrah! Fortunately that 24 hours was extra refreshing because guess what? SNOW DAY! Seriously, I have been dealing with sick kids for so long that I was super psyched about school. Plus, […]
If I lived within an HOA, absolutely none of my improvements would have been approved. Not the paint, not the coop, not the library, not the art, not the murals, not the animals, nothing.
If there is a theme to my style of camping, it usually involves me being as uninvolved in the planning as humanly possible.
It’s Thursday and I just now am feeling like I’ve caught up from the Thanksgiving holiday, except for blogging about it. I don’t know why I bother. Nine days of intense family time at home … good times. I spent the last few days reveling in Maximum Productivity, that’s what I call getting stuff done without […]
Ah the holidays where everything is accompanied by the festive sound of children bickering in the background. I employ the age-old technique of collecting as many other people’s kids as I can when I’m stuck at home with Itchy and Scratchy. There’s something about adding more kids to the mix that keeps the conflict from ending […]