Once upon a time summer was kicked off with a trip to the ice cream store.
As anyone living in northeast Indiana knows, there was a tremendous amount of thunder, lightning, rain and damaging winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Every now and again I am sure I am out of it.
These days, I feel like I'm fighting a war in my home. It's me against the two short people, the dog and the cat.
Miracle of miracles! My husband and I had an actual, real-live date last weekend! And we discovered some fun new things to do that are definitely adults-only!
In the cabinet, on the top shelf, lives a sparkly red heart-shaped plate. It is extra special and is reserved for extra special moments.
As I've written previously, Kalisha loves Facebook and when she meets a new person she r-e-a-l-l-y wants to be her friend, she makes full use of it.
We never get good news from our youngest son. I'm not a fan of the words "always" and "never," but I believe "never" applies here; he just does not like to share positive news.
Time has no meaning. Days become weekends become weeks and so on and so forth and then a child asks:
Mommy, what day is it?