Picture this: My 41-year-old self wearing a sundress, with a cross-the-body-purse and $14 shoes from WalMart. She's wearing a typical short outfit with $40 crocs on her feet in socks - also with a cross-the-body-purse. We looked amazing.
I have no idea what is going on with me, but even the medical world doesn’t seem to have an honest clue to the mystery rash spreading over my body.
I’m not sure when the detail about “having fun” vanished, but seeing young boys with near tears in their eyes and disappointed faces in the dugout while they sit the bench isn’t my idea of fun.
What we really need is to buy a limo where the kids can sit in the far back and my husband and I can roll up the divider and drive in peace.
My children’s brains are slowly turning to mush because they have not used their brains since honestly Dec. 21. The three-day jaunt back to school last week doesn’t count. That was a tease.
Dear Mother Nature and Old Man Winter, I’m not sure what the hell is going on with the two of your, but you need to get your act together. My children’s brains are slowly turning to mush because they have not used their brains since honestly Dec. 21. The three-day jaunt back to school last… Continue reading A note to Mother Nature and Old Man Winter
... Saturday night, both teams came together to honor Kayden and what he stood for – high school sports – leaving it all on the field/court – and an unwavering dedication to both.
Girls these days have no flippin’ idea what it was like growing up in the 1990s. We didn’t have texting, or email for that matter. We were forced to talk to people either in person, on the phone or by way of a folded-up piece of paper that looked like a triangle.
Really, all they needed to say was “Hell is Close to Freezing Over – Be Prepared/Stock Up on Alcohol and Milk.” But, meteorologists actually gave this hell-freezing-over a name – “Winter Storm Grayson.”
Well, in our tiny village, we must be the BEST strongest soldiers because within the past five days, we have endured two life-altering battles. And we are still here for one another, holding each other up through all the pain.