May 232014
The Logic of Midnight

Logic has never been my strong suit.  That’s okay with me.  I have other positive traits, like being a whiz at online bargain shopping and falling for products then snagging them on the internet for a song. Wait; those may be the same things.  Mmmh…like I said, logic’s not really my thing. Except when it’s the middle of
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May 212014
Shielding Up All that You Love

Truth told: my kids hate it when I slather sunscreen on them. But in reciprocation, I love them enough to keep whipping out the bottle and squeezing on the gooey white cream. They might throw fits, I don’t care. They might roll their eyes and think I’m crazy. I don’t care. Because I love them, I will always try
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May 192014
John Stamos, The Stalker

Facebook is a funny beast.  As in, it doesn’t show your stuff to anyone and it’s totally depressing.  Also, it does neat things like make helpful recommendations.  For example, I might go to a simplistic home decor site and it will subsequently suggest I start following  a death-metal band who dresses entirely in metallics.  Sure.  Makes
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May 162014
Eye Surgery, Vaginal Birth and the Blue Cupcakes

Weird week around these parts.  Monday was a delight of gorgeous weather and hitting up our beloved Longwood Gardens with some of sweet friends, and then things sort of fell apart.  Tuesday is vague, but I remember a lot of temper tantrums and desperate dreams of locking myself in a closet–permanently.  Then Wednesday it was time
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May 092014
Clutching, Cleaning, 'n' Loving It!

Friends, we all know I love my products.  I find something I love and I don’t shut up about it.  I annoy those around me endlessly babbling about the latest and greatest. It was almost embarrassing when I spent over half of the goodbye Bible Study raving about my new Huggies Clutch ‘n’ Clean. Almost, but
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May 082014
Tabling Forward Motion

Sunday morning my husband rolled over and whispered some sweet, sweet nothings in my ear, “I just want to sit calmly with you over a cup of coffee.” I swooned at his amorous words, “Me too.” We then looked at each other, got up and wordlessly split duty, each wrangling one fussy child into their church clothes. Over
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May 062014
Mrs. McKinley and the Teachers YOU Love

Let’s be honest–there’s not a whole lot going for you in 8th grade.  There’s the cute boy you’re crushing on, sure, but extensive orthodontia, zit-pocked faces and the very confusing matter of Your Period can often prevent you from making any real headway with the hottie in algebra.  It’s rough, and forget your parents, AKA
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