When I was a little girl, one of my favorite things to do was to play with my oldest brother’s hair. Mel is 15 years older than I am so, when I was 7, he was already an adult of 22. By the time I was 10, he was an old man in my eyes … Continue reading No Girls Allowed!
If you’ve ever been around teens, you know that – once they hit about age 14 or 15 – the only thing on their minds is what kind of car they’re going to get. They start scoping out the car lots in their early teens and some of them even start making … Continue reading A 21st Century Wilma and Betty
Dear Readers: Every once in a while, life grabs ahold of you and you just have to go with the flow. The last week or so has been like that for me and, as a result, my blog didn’t get written today. But never fear, I’ve gone back through the archives to bring you one … Continue reading Can you repeat that?
It’s Friday and if you’ve been reading my blog for very long, then you know that today’s the day I bring you the bits and pieces of the daily conversations in our household. So sit back and relax and be completely assured that your family is way more normal than you realize! He’s So Tan!!! … Continue reading Friday’s Quips and Quotes and Giggles Galore
If you read my blogs very often, you’ve probably figured out that I have two children. Amber is 16 and Braden is 7. It almost wasn’t that way. For a long time, my husband and I had pretty much decided that Amber would be an only child, and we were satisfied with that. However, sometime … Continue reading Zing!
My children fight constantly. I guess most siblings do, but I never thought that my children would be at such constant odds with nearly nine years between them. Thinking back, I have a really good idea when it started. It all began with an incident back when Braden was about ten months old and Amber … Continue reading Mommy Always Knows Best!
Dear Readers: Due to the content of this particular post, the names and locations of the participants have been changed to protect the “innocent.” Once upon a time, there was a young girl named Penelope. She was the 4th of five children, with the youngest being two years younger, and the elder siblings being 10, … Continue reading Not Me!