Let's spend some time together today, shall we? Hop on your big yellow bee and let's talk about life! To get things rolling, here's a very exciting picture of myself and a list of things I've learned in June:when you take a picture and realize later you have MEN hanging over your head...1. If you … Continue reading Things I’ve Learned In June
I live in a land that gets very hot, miserably hot. The tomatoes love it, and I love tomatoes, but it feels like survival here for everyone else.We are all hiding; under hats, in houses, anywhere with air conditioning. Half of the town runs away when the triple digits first roll in. I run away too, but … Continue reading Because Water Flowed From The Rock
Last night I took some Benadryl at 11 p.m. because my eye sockets were aching. Allergies, who needs them?At 3 a.m. Tobin decided it was a good time to get up. "Mama! Where are you? Yiving Womb!! (which means "I want to go to the living room"). It took a good hour to get him … Continue reading What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor And A Jar Of Peanut Butter?
It is Monday and I'm wearing Derrick's dodgeball jersey and a baggy pair of white cotton pants, the sort that have a drawstring. I'm a big fan of most things with drawstrings.And elastic.I enjoy these pants, but I cannot take them out in public because they are see through and I pretty much only own … Continue reading A Case Of The Mondays
The days of triple digit heat are an exercise in endurance. Suddenly, nothing means anything, so long as you survive the day. Dishes can be unwashed and children un-bathed, as long as you stay hydrated and skip heat stroke.I hose the kids off before bed sometimes, and sometimes I let them sleep in their undies, … Continue reading James Bond Turns Two