Does anyone else dread sending their husband to the grocery store?
Yesterday I said "I have green peppers but I'm almost out of tomatoes."
What did he bring me? A huge bag of green peppers...I think there might
have been a tomato or two in there somewhere but you could barely see
them through all the peppers.
He also gets on these "kicks" where he's really in the mood to eat a
certain item and he obsessively buys it. These items are always the same
Added by Rachel Todd on September 1, 2010 at 8:04am —
Today is my Wordless/Wednesday Caption This Contest! What's the contest? All you have to do is caption the photo below for a chance to win. Winner gets featured on my Feature Friday Blog post. Winner is chosen thru Random Draw and you will be emailed Thursday if you are the winner. (Read More) <----- If this link doesn't work, click… Continue
Added by Heather Jones on September 1, 2010 at 7:00am —
My corn crop was not a rousing success this year. Being from Illinois corn country, I had a higher set of expectations than I probably should have. I am a corn snob...you can read about it here. The sweet corn that came from the fields surrounding my house was the best in the world. Little…
This morning started early…or I guess it felt like yesterday never ended. Payden kept waking up all night for some reason and the girls were awake by 5:30 am. Honestly why do kids wake up so early? Why can’t they just get up at 8 am?? What is so horribly wrong with getting a little extra sleep??
I have a plan when my girls are teenagers and love to sleep in on Saturday’s
that I’m going to set their alarms for 5:30 am just as pay back….ahahaha!…
Yes it's that time again...Back to School. In some parts of the country like mine, kids returned to school as early as August 2nd. Needless to say I home schooled last year and it was a neat experience but this year the kids returned to traditional school. Both my kids
have been actually really excited and today I walked my son to 3rd
grade. His teacher seems nice, and my daughter went to 8th grade and we
almost got lost finding some of her classes.
I’d forgotten how much easier a summer without a child in diapers can be. I imagine this also applies to diaper wearing adults, as well. Not trying to deny any one particular groups’ hardships here, I just don’t know any diaper wearing adults. As far as I know, my friends and family all enjoy control of their bladders and colons. And chances are when one of them becomes incontinent, they’ll update their Facebook profile status to...… Continue
Added by BuenoBaby on August 31, 2010 at 3:00pm —
Welcome back. I know, your days go on and on. You're tired, bored and lonely, despite a houseful of children. Oh, the things you dream of doing.... or if you're turning 40, the men you dream of doing...
Fear not, it's fiction - fun, familiar and at times dark and steamy, just like all of us. And short, we're moms, we don't have for more than a page or two a day. This is for you. Enjoy!…
This is the beginning, the very first post, of One Click Away, a story about a woman who is turning 40, dreams of going deeper and chooses a life most of us don't have the guts to lead. It's a sexy online opera that updates weekdays - fun, familiar and at times, dark and steamy. Just like all of us. Hope you will tune in....
I am so pissed that Lost didn't win an Emmy and niether did any of the actor's from the most awesome TV show in History...yes that is my opinion and really if you've never seen Lost, you better go buy the DVD sets. You'll be hooked. I didn't watch the Emmye's last year but wanted to this year because 4 actors were nominated, but as usually J.J. Abrams either pissed of the Emmy committee or the popularity vote… Continue
Added by Heather Jones on August 31, 2010 at 9:33am —
It is a goal of mine to teach my children to be nice. To be kind to others, respectful of others and accepting of others. I want them to say please, thank you, your welcome, and yes sir officer, I know I was going too fast. I have always believed that a person goes a lot further with a kind word than a snide remark or sarcastic blathering.
I said I believed it, not that I practiced it!
I will say, head hung in shame, that that I am not the best example to my children on… Continue
Added by Lori Pace on August 31, 2010 at 9:28am —