So me encountering an awesome date and Auckland having earthquakes are very rare. But last night, both collided at once. Now I don’t know much about the earthquake, but I can tell you about my date. He was awesome. At no time did I feel like I needed to Read more
Brides, if you have guests on your list who are going gluten-free and you're confused about how to accommodate their needs, you're not alone. Increasingly, brides are dealing with gluten-intolerant or Celiac guests, whose special diets can be puzzling. The term "gluten-free" simply means food made without any wheat or wheat by-products, which takes the traditional wedding cake off the table for these wedding-goers. While you may not want to design your whole cake around just a handful of guests, there are a few quick and easy ways to improve your gluten-free guests' experience....more
my dad always says how he married above himself when he married my mom.he always raves about my mom’s talents and strengths and how impressed he is with her. he tells me about the lessons he has learned from my mom and how she has made him a better person just by being her....more
Well, I'm a full-time homeschooling momma again! On the one hand YAY! On the other hand, the best sounding word I can come up with is the Slovak for notebook: zoshit. Which is appropriate, as we're discussing education, right? ...more
Why is it that society has no problem joking about the MILF (Mom I'd Like to F*ck), but as soon as a mother shows any sign of owning her sexuality, the first reaction is to question whether she's a fit parent? Where did this chasm between motherhood and sexuality come from? Don't people know that sex is how a lot of our kids come to be?
I was pouring the hot water for the macaroni in the dish sitting in front of Vicky, the little girl, along with her brother, that I was babysitting, when I saw a light flash on across the street in that guy's frontyard. The hot water steamed full until it was almost pouring over when Vicky yelled at me that I wasn't watching. I pulled back up the tea percolator and found her blue cocktail napkins to wipe off the table next to her dish and said I'd only poured a few drops....more
I responded to a question on a blog this morning (I put that blog's link below, it's a good one) about "role model" moms as characters on TV shows. Here is my suggestion:
This is going to be a really strange suggestion for a female 'role model' - I'm even thinking it's strange, but here goes... I really appreciate the mom on "Raising Hope", that really crude new show on Fox. (that I watch) Here's what I appreciate about that mom, in no particular order:
1. She loves and stands by her worthless husband.
the reason why I'm blogging is because today I noticed I'm confused? I been with my boyfriend for 2year and we have been taking care of my bf daughter every once in a while she doesn't live with But when she's with me I have to pay my fullest attention she is 6 years old lives With her grandmother and well I get jeoulous every once in a while idk why? Like when he pays more attention to her than me. Or when he talk about the baby momma it's like she always want to say something good about her, all this time I still can't get in my head that she has to be their all our life's....more