I almost stepped on this today.
Today I dropped my daughter off at some obscure pool in a park that I was unfamiliar with and got lost. Twice.
Is anyone else in a mood? We’re still on holidays here in Canada until the first week of September but I tell you I’m really getting ready for the routine to return. Every year, every late summer, I find that the lack of UNINTERRUPTED time to myself for even just a couple of hours a day has me feeling very out of sorts.
Yesterday was a day. Ugh.
Short version: My excellent suggestions were ignored by family members. Result was epic fails all day. 🙃
At end of day I jokingly tried to teach them my mantra (repeat after me: mom was right), but they refused (ha) and so I escaped with my 3rd glass of wine to the back porch after dinner. Left them to clean the kitchen (which I had to finish later in a somewhat, um…tipsy state. Ahem.)
But first, this happened:
Today’s answers are ready for you below, from Andrea Frazer, Laci, Kara, Steve, theearthspins and Jim. Enjoy. 🙂
At around the midpoint of my 40s I felt myself standing at the proverbial fork in the road contemplating my path forward.
These were the questions I asked myself:
Some social media apps on mobile have some really handy features I like. I got used to these features, which is why when I join new apps and notice they don’t have the same flexibility or capability as the others, I am propelled to call this out on my blog. 😛
(I made a tumblr and am now playing around with it. I imported this post from tumblr to see how it worked. Not sure I will continue to do this. Forgive my ramble below…lol)
I’ve been following Preacher, that show on AMC, for a while now and I like it way better than the Walking Dead.
I found a passage in a book which was published before blogging was invented that suits me perfectly.
So last night I slept all alone in the house.