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- The very tired housewife.
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- I'm not technically crazy. But it would be a short trip getting there.
- My life is a metaphor. For what? I'm not sure.
- Singing (and doing art projects) in the rain.
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Category Archives: current events
It’s late on Monday night. The windows are open so we can enjoy the mild weather. All day the birds have sang in the trees and we’ve heard cars drive up and down our street, but right now in the … Continue reading
December 14th, 2012 will go down in history as a tremendously, horribly, wretchedly tragic day. I know that I am not the only one unable to fathom the abominable shooting spree that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School. And … Continue reading
My family is an Indianapolis Colts football family, (some of us more than others, and some of us against our will.) In particular, my husband and son are avid fans. On most Sundays, from September through January, you will find … Continue reading
Gentle reader, it’s four in the morning and I am unable to sleep. Not even the soporific snores of my “fluffy” (read extremely obese) cat are able to soothe me back to dreamland. (Let me interject here that if more … Continue reading
Today I am guest posting (is a that a verb? It should be.) over at my friend Robin’s blog: Pink Dryer Lint. Robin has been my internet friend for many moons and I am constantly impressed with her insight, … Continue reading
If you haven’t heard the tragic story of Trayvon Martin being gunned down by a reckless self-appointed neighborhood watch thug, then you need to read this article. It is the best synopsis I’ve found that goes into depth and detail … Continue reading
Ten years and two days ago I was 37 weeks pregnant with my first child. My mother flew half way across the United States to spend a week with my husband and I. I remember picking her up at the … Continue reading