SAHM Ships Her Pants in the Big City

Yesterday I woke up sure I was dying of colon cancer. I actually had all the signs according to the NIH.   The last month has proved to be a loose operation around here…and by “around here” specifically I mean me, my toilet, and I.  Almost a month ago I decided to do a Daniel […]

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Sweet Chorus of Chaos!

Setting:  Suburbia, one of the best towns to live in USA, kitchen/nook/great room, 36 animal flash cards strewn about, 37 large Lego’s also strewn, 2 baskets of clean unfolded laundry, one counter top covered with after school paraphernalia, another counter top covered in veggies for food prep, cup stacking mat and florescent green cups in […]

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A Funny

(Photo: What’s Cooking in America) After dinner Em was searching the freezer for the stash of chocolate chips. As she was going to shut the door a bag of walnuts slipped off the top shelf. In her 9 year old way, she tried to shut the freezer door while the walnuts fell in mid-air instead […]

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Prunes, prunes, the musical fruit!

I should not have gone out in public today. I mean, I haven’t been out in days because I’ve had strep and Em has it now, so we haven’t been many places other than the couch, her bedroom and the kitchen. But, since I had showered yesterday and actually washed my hair, I thought, “Heck, […]

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Unrelated things…

One: Jason is in Bolivia with Compassion International. No, he is not a Compassion blogger, he is the boss of many of the projects they are currently visiting. BUT, I am hoping that he’ll “blog”, (and I use that term loosely when it comes to my hubby who speaks but 100 words a day), at […]

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I Need a Shot!

No sunsets this week…of course there ARE sunsets this week, but Em and I decided to join Jason on a business trip in Dallas and where we are staying (my dear friend’s house) I can’t witness the sunsets. I’m not taking in sunsets this week, but I am spending the week with people I love […]

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A Mouthful

A quote I want to remember…After seeing the size of the envelope holding Emily’s birthday card from her auntie, I said, “Wow Em, what do you think about the size of that card?!” Em said plainly, “She must have a lot to say.”

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