Almost every post I read is fascinating! In What the pooh Dude?, Heather makes her neuroses over vacuuming lines funny and interesting. In Herding Cats, her one son's lack of desire to wear a winter coat draws me in. Maybe it is the regular day-to-dayness of it all? That little bit of community parenting lost as both (when there are two) parents started working full time, leaving the minority of us who stay home with our children alone to figure things out....The stories lost when us kids move away from our parents, or our parents pass, or simply the generation gap prevents our parents from sharing those little words of wisdom in a way that draws us in as eloquently as someone's edited or not-so-edited blog post.
|the mohawk...grown out|
"I started with a mohawk, and now 60 year old women compliment my hair in public...."
"Damnit I hate doing dishes...why do my kids have to eat so much?!"
"Living with a newly-diagnosed child with Sensory Processing Disorder"
"How the HE&& will I ever have sex again?! My 4 and 8 year olds still don't sleep through the night!?!!"
"Consumerism, intentional Wastefulness, and my disgust with my job"
and one that was suggested to me (as a friend suggests I seem to have the answer for everything):
"A list of life Hacks and simple solutions gleaned from everyday living, and an addiction to Google"
|the style loved by Italian grandmothers|
|that aughta hold me for a while....dye in progress.|