Wolf and I have been playing with the idea of starting a podcast. We would talk about all manner of things. I don't have much else put together yet, but I just wanted to gage interest at this point. Do you think people would listen to us ramble?
I made my mother cry a little tonight. We went out to dinner and I apologized for being an idiot when I was younger. After she asked where this was coming from, I told her that parenthood makes me want to pull my hair out sometimes. She didn't say anything for a while but I … Continue reading Day 83: Happy Tears
I love my husband. That's all. Good night.
Why do your kids try to act like they don't hear you when everyone knows damn well they did? I know I did it too, but now I fully understand how irritating it is. I should apologize to my mom again next time I see her.
Are you tired of waking up in a blind panic every night? Do you constantly worry about the decisions of the ruling class and their effect on your life? Is your response to the latest headlines "Oh, God. What now?" Do you feel like nothing can top the last thing only to be overwhelmed by … Continue reading Day 80: Run Down
I've been parenting for a number of years now, both children that may or may not have been birthed by me. It's a trip. All the time. Every day. It's most noticeable when the kids are little, but there are some nutty times when adolescence hits. Here are a few things I've learned. Childbirth is messy, … Continue reading Day 79: Six Parenting Notes
I was going to be deep and insightful today but I lost the will to do it. Instead, I will leave you with a quote from Janelle Monae. "Even if it makes others uncomfortable; I will love who I am."
So, my twist out came out nicely. The flat twist didn't work out so I just did regular twists. Forgive my dark circles, they won't go away. If I have to live with them, so does the internet. Today is feeling more like winter than all of February did. The calendar says Spring begins in … Continue reading Day 77: Changes