Last night we were watching TV. The kids have recently latched on to the show “The Goldbergs,” and I personally love that they have. It’s like reliving my youth, one goofy episode at a time.
Though I had been at it for four years, I could never get the celebration of the adoption right for our boy.
We recently made a trek to our local pet shop and we wandered around doing our ritual of fish-gazing. I remembered back to when the store first opened and my son would beg to go there.
Hey, did you know that breast cancer exists? You do? Great!
The other day the kids ran around in the yard raking leaves, jumping, raking, and jumping, over and over. They had a blast! I wished I was a little less old so I could join them.
"If You Give A Mom A Snooze Button"
There are days where the world and all that’s in it seem colorless and dull. Days where it’s stormy and chaotic. Days upon days where it feels never ending and stressful, painful just to exist.
So this happened: my daughter got her heart broken by her Internet boyfriend.
As a woman, and a mom in particular, I find it hard to do absolutely nothing. Sitting on the couch and vegging out is really hard. I want to multitask. I NEED to multitask.