I hope today is Wednesday, I feel like I’m a day early. Anyway, I just wanted to share with you all the awesomeness I received from the Yeah Write folks for participating, completing NaBloPoMo and being the lucky name that got pulled out of the drawing. I’m hope to finish all three by the next… Continue reading Wordless Wednesday: The Spoils of NaBloPoMo
Today is the last day of National Blog Post Month and I made it. Thirty days and thirty blogs later I find myself writing my 100th blog post. For someone who went from writing once in a blue moon to everyday, this is a major accomplishment for me. When I was ruminating on what I… Continue reading The Last Blog: NaBloPoMo Day 30
I often daydream about my future self. I know why I do this, it’s because my mother didn’t live into old age. Around the holidays I get future nostalgic for the things that have not yet come to pass.
I could spin you a short tale about how this happened but in this case I think the picture says it all. Just in case you can’t see it very well, that’s the string from the mini blinds tangles up in the twinkle lights. Yeah… It was that kind of day.
Today’s twisted mix tape theme is “this could have sent me to jail”. Then I thought, if I was going to go to jail for something what would it most likely be? For those of you who just shouted MURDER, you can piss off. HA HA. If I was going to go to jail for… Continue reading This Blog Is On Fire: Twisted Mix Tape Tuesday
1. It’s harder to take a punch than to throw one.
I must confess. I did it. I really had no choice at all.
Co-Parenting is hard. I say that because there’s a lot of B.S. that you have to put to the side to do it effectively. Being an effective Co-Parent means swallowing your own feelings and thinking about what’s best for your children, with you and your parenting partner coming last. I like to think I do… Continue reading Is It Really Co-Parenting?
I’m horrible. I was nominated twice for a Liebster Award and I didn’t do the requirements. I’m pulling the five kids card. I don’t do it that often but I’m doing it now.
When I had my twins we were strapped financially. They weren’t planned, even one extra child wasn’t planned. My first husband and I weren’t in a good place at all in our relationship when the news came so the added pressure of twins just put the nail in the coffin. Add to that all the… Continue reading Wordless Wednesday: Pink Is The New Blue