I Can Add Dog Rescuer to My Resume

DW is typically out the door for work around 6:30am and returns around 6:00pm. He calls me every day between 4pm and 5pm to see if I need anything from the store and to see how my day went. Obviously to test the waters and determine if he should bring chocolate or not.Tuesday was no … Continue reading I Can Add Dog Rescuer to My Resume

So Much for Sleeping In

I knew I shouldn't have stayed up so late last night. It's not like I was out partying or even finishing off a bottle of wine like my 20-something-year-old self. I was watching TV, shows I had recorded to be exact. My eyelids were heavy, half-open. Occasionally I would doze off,  then rewind a spot … Continue reading So Much for Sleeping In

How to Spend the Day with a Nine-Year-Old

I think I have seen my children less now that it is summer than when they were in school. Their school hours have been replaced by sports practice and friends. I am currently living in my car. Perhaps I should consider having my mail forwarded there. And a mini-bar installed. Today uncovered several hours of … Continue reading How to Spend the Day with a Nine-Year-Old

What’s Worth Waiting in Long Lines For?

I'm generally a pretty patient person. But waiting around in a long line for no reason would not be high on my list of fun activities. When I first read this prompt, Name three things that are worth waiting in long lines for, I couldn't think of a single thing that I would choose to … Continue reading What’s Worth Waiting in Long Lines For?

Friday Flip Offs 4/1: Birthdays, Ice-Cream, and Lost Dogs

The most obvious Flip Off must go to my lack of time management and forgetfulness. I wrote this yesterday but then never finished posting it! Last Friday was a very special day at our house. The Tortoise celebrated her 13th birthday with 13 other girls. (I'm not sure when I'm going to stop adhering to … Continue reading Friday Flip Offs 4/1: Birthdays, Ice-Cream, and Lost Dogs