Running With Molars And Mexican Food

Guess who is teething? Getting his back molars in?Yeah. And let me tell you it's not all rainbows and Disneyland rides. There's been some Stormy Weather, and not in a cool jazz sort of way.It's been a 'stomp through a mud puddle' kind of week...and I don't own any rain boots.I sat in the car, … Continue reading Running With Molars And Mexican Food

The Hairless Squirrel, The Wet Shoes, And The Frazzled Mommy

"And how are you?" said Winnie-the-Pooh.Eeyore shook his head from side to side. "Not very how," he said. "I don't seem to have felt at all how for a long time." -Winnie-the-Pooh by A.A. MilneDo you ever have those days where everything seems to be exploding and jumping the rails and breaking and spilling and … Continue reading The Hairless Squirrel, The Wet Shoes, And The Frazzled Mommy

Going the Way of the Butter: Attitude Extinction

Greetings."Joy is the serious business of Heaven"- C.S. LewisI'll confess; Tuesdays are hard. They're the Almost-Middle, the Busy-bee and Laundry Pile Day of the week. Half of the week is over, and half of the clothes have been worn, and half of the milk is gone and perhaps, you have been caught unawares by the … Continue reading Going the Way of the Butter: Attitude Extinction

Sharks and John Steinbeck

Sometimes, I get a bee in my bonnet and it stings me on the brain. Suddenly, I cannot continue with my routine, my laundry, my regular comings and goings. I decide that life must have...an ADVENTURE!The Adventure Bee stung me on a rainy Wednesday and by a rainy Friday I needed a cure. The swelling … Continue reading Sharks and John Steinbeck

The Post Where I Admire Chicken Bottoms

It's been a week of tears, of feeling my own fragility. The earth shakes, the waters rise, and life goes on for some of us. I don't know about tomorrow. And so, in light of life's uncertainty, I will count my blessings and embrace them. I will not waste these gifts, they too precious. Consider … Continue reading The Post Where I Admire Chicken Bottoms