What happens when three highly sensitive empaths face a busted-up nose emergency? It turns out that yesterday's energetics were full of "thanksgiving chaos" (see astrology report from Tara Greene Tarot) AND BOY WAS THAT THE CASE. The first one (and oldest one might I add) starts yelling at the victim of the accident - he's … Continue reading Sometimes you are the glass door, sometimes you are the nose slamming into the glass door
First an announcement -- I had issues posting my blog post yesterday and want to make sure you see that I'm giving away some art and stationary to my readers! You can enter by clicking here and entering your email (just so I can contact you if you win - I won't keep it!) and … Continue reading I’m grateful for you!
I’d like to think that the truck full of young males headed to a landscaping job, sitting idle next to me at a stoplight, were cracking up at my dance moves because they were wowed by them and impressed by this forty-something’s swagger. But I’m pretty sure they thought I looked like Elaine from Seinfeld. … Continue reading She’s got the moves like Jagger (or maybe not . . .)
Yo ho ho! Happy Father’s Day!
Sick burn, four-year old.
Pass the coffee.
Sure am glad I didn't dawdle getting to the airport and while running late accidentally park my rental car in the wrong return lane and be told I have to go inside to fix it, only to find out that no I need to go back outside to get a slip from the very chatty car … Continue reading Final boarding call.
Take heart. I bet you have it together more than you think. For goodness sake, it's not like you still have Christmas decor lying around in your shrubs in July!
Remember naked Moana from yesterday? I'd be failing you if I didn't tell you the whole naked Moana story. But first, some background. It turns out that every Friday is show-and-tell day in my 4-year-old's preschool room. I didn't know and I was intrigued. What exactly had my kid bringing to class show-and-tell these … Continue reading Full Monty Moana (A show-and-tell cautionary tale)
I officially won motherhood today.