Monthly Archives: July 2015

Walk-Ins Welcome

Yesterday, I took the girls to Fantastic Sam’s to get their hairs cut. We go to Fantastic Sam’s because it’s close, and because we like the stylist, Jeff. We weren’t looking for Jeff, but we’re sure glad we found him. Beauty … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 45 Comments

Anarchy Is Not My Friend

I’ve slept a few hours. Like 11-ish to 2-ish. Ish. I’m not the kind of person who can spend an evening in a clusterfuck of epic proportion, come home, eat pizza and salad, throw back a few cocktails, and then sleep … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , | 34 Comments

One-Liner Wednesday — Pensacola Plane Place

“So it’s just like, planes and stuff?” Sassy asked as we entered the National Naval Aviation Museum. One-Liner Wednesday is brought to you by LindaGHill

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | 14 Comments

Fix It

I’m sure a year’s worth of blogs could be written about life with a two-year-old, but I won’t be writing it. If you don’t have much experience with two-year-olds, the primer is that everything is theirs, especially what isn’t. They … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , | 34 Comments

Cherished Blogfest, Cherished Chicken

There are two types of things in my house: useful things and special things. The best things are generally special useful things. I’m a purger. I don’t like to waste energy on things. When it came time to write about … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 39 Comments

One-Liner Wednesday — Impatient

Moo said to her father, “It’s time to go! Get up! You must brush all your tiny hairs and put on your giant shoes!” One-Liner Wednesdays are brought to you by LindaGHill

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | 10 Comments

Shady Ass School Supply Lists

The other day, the girls and I encountered the first of the back-to-school supply displays. Sassy said she wondered when she’d get her list. I said “Middle school is different, you won’t get a list. We’ll send you with the … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | 63 Comments

The Quiet Room

As all parents know, children are born to remove quiet from the world. Instinctively, people under the age of twelve know it’s dangerous to let their parents read, or heaven forbid, hear themselves think. It is essential that all children interrupt all … Continue reading

Posted in Random Musings | Tagged , , | 24 Comments

Would You Rather…

Hollie nominated me for this challenge-slash-interview, which makes me smile all emoji-like. Thanks, Hollie! Would you rather only read trilogies or only read standalones? I prefer standalones. I snub series reading all the time. Is the series completed? No? No … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 31 Comments

Anxiety — When It’s Time to Go

Before we left for vacation, I tried to touch on the angst of anxiety disorder before a trip. I wanted to go into detail about what that’s actually like for so many of us whose brains overshoot the adrenaline. This isn’t … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | 37 Comments