“Hey boys! Look at this! We can do a night tour of Alcatraz! The boat pulls up for the tour behind Alcatraz on the loading docks!” Youngest, “Ummm, no.” Twin 1, “No. Freaking. Way.” Me, “It would be soooo cool!” Other twin, “Are you out of your mind? You clearly don’t play the video games […]
She Didn’t Mother, But She Taught Me How
Not everyone has a Hallmark commercial memory playing above their heads when they think of Mother’s Day. That doesn’t mean I don’t celebrate my Mother and being a mother.
Little People Can Suck Too
My kids came home from school and told me their friends read the article in our local paper about me. Did I tell you I was in our local paper? Yes, I did find a way to talk about my underwear…on the front page??? It was fun and for once, my kids thought their […]
There is a Name for That, Dysgraphia
There is a Name for That, Dysgraphia. Our youngest son is in 4th grade. His name is Peter and he is smart and funny and people are drawn to him. He is an old soul with an inventors heart and a playful laugh. He is so smart one time he enrolled himself into a homeschooling program. […]
Ten Stupid Things I Learned at My First Blogging Conference
We wished we had someone with more experience to talk to but it turns out those with more experience were out together trying to get away from the people trying to “crack into their nut.” I get it. I have long time girlfriends too and I am sure these women have amazing relationships. Do I sound jealous? I am not because I really do get it. They have worked very hard to learn what they have learned and I am sure they had some bumps and bruises along the way.
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