Monthly Archives: November 2017

Hefty, Hefty, Hefty

There are some products that work better, depending upon the situation; for example, shop vacs. Shop vacs are most commonly used in flood situations- such as, if your basement were to have a river running through it- shop vac is … Continue reading

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Where Shall I Start?

While flipping back and forth between the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Macy’s Day Parade, I have only a few “gifs” that express the differences.

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The Gods Must Be Crazy

We never go out. It’s important I say that from the get go because it seems like some higher power wants us to stay in. Weeks ago, I hired a sitter for last night so that hubby and I could … Continue reading

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Badge of Honor

I’ve decided that I will make some sort of insignia patch and prominently wear it while entering and exiting any shopping venue. Like the highest ranking officer with all of their decorations and pins, I, too, will wear something that … Continue reading

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Bah Humbug

This evening I went to my favorite store for some odds and ends. As I was waiting to check out, I could hear each cashier ask if they wanted to donate to St. Judes. When it was my turn to … Continue reading

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The Sound Of Silence

This evening, certain events led us to the veterinary hospital in town. Whilst waiting in the not so crowded waiting room, there were two other couples side by side. On the left side of me, they were discussing anything and … Continue reading

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Moms Vs. Dads

My Day                                                        vs.                  Hubby’s Day … Continue reading

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Don’t Make Eye Contact

Remember the other week when I was discussing how embarrassing it was to be staring at myself in the mirror during my massage – that the only way it could get even more uncomfortable was if she leaned over the … Continue reading

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Reductions

Since being a mother, I have been reduced to the following five things: 1  12″ slip of space to sleep in my own bed- providing I’m on my side and don’t breathe (see exhibit A & B) 1 restaurant to … Continue reading

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Reductions Part 2

I wasn’t exaggerating when I said that I had to physically sleep on one side of my body in order to not crush the growth plates of two of my children. This is me “just seeing” if I am able … Continue reading

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