I love Mother's day. I love celebrating my own Mother and I love my darling children celebrating me!
"The love of a little girl and her mom is when they do things together and when they help each other and when they share things. They always snuggle each other and go places together like Old Navy." Brooklyn-age 7
After 3 years of totally bursting at the seams in this house, we bought our forever home. Good things come to those who wait...no matter how impatiently.
I get a butler's pantry.
Excited doesn't really cover it.
Now you know why I've been MIA. Packing, sorting, tossing, selling...everything. My motto for the new house is we are getting more space, but we are going to live with less STUFF! Purging feels so good.
Okay, because I'm sure you were dying to see this, here is my naked face after about 3 weeks of using Nerium day and night cream. It's hard for me to see a difference because it's my face. What do you think? Maybe a little less puffy around the eyes?
I start Weight Watchers every day and then blow it by 4 PM. Drinking coffee is one of the most important aspects of a productive day. Nothing smells better than new flip-flops. I have a hard time trusting people that can't spell. Everything looks better spray painted black. I love my kids so much I feel physically ill when I'm away from them for any amount of time. If I had an extra hour in the day I would take a nap. Even if there is no food in my entire refrigerator, there is always, always diet Pepsi. I bite my nails while driving. I hate wearing socks. I can knock out a People crossword puzzle faster than anyone I know. I'm sold on Creationism and Reflexology. The sound of my alarm clock is such an annoyance. Compulsively making lists is a favorite pastime of mine. I recently broke down and got a cell phone after 5 years without one. I'm still mourning LOST. I've always believed that 27 is when you become a real grown-up, therefore I'm older than a real grown-up. (34!) Sometimes I realize how lucky I am that I got to be what I wanted when I grew up. To put it simply, I'm just your average obsessive Mommy of three.