Another week gone already? Damn the time flies. As I was thinking about this past week, I thought of a couple of things. 1. Have you signed up to follow me via email? I know quite a few of you follow me on Facebook, but you and I both know how reliable that is. <cough, cough> All you gotta do is put your email address right in that little box up there on the very top left sidebar. You know you want to. All the cool people are doing it.
This week I resurrected an old post from way back giving our Men a few suggestions to help make our lives just a little easier. I had a handful of people tell me that it was a pointless list because their men already do all that. To that I say kudos to you, but I may have my doubts as to the truthfulness of that statement. Really.
I spent Tuesday afternoon in the doctor’s office, for myself this time. As I was waiting I realized exactly how much I rely on my iPhone. It is like an attachment almost and it gave me the idea to write this little list: Can You Poop Without Your Smart Phone? After publishing this post, I have also realized that I am not alone in my addiction. That is both disturbing and refreshing all at once.
Friday I took it to the people. I asked my Facebook friends to ask me questions. What they wanted to know about me. Nothing was off-limits, and I got some really great questions. I then challenged myself to answer the questions and form a logical post in less than two hours, which is very difficult for me. Especially when I juggle that with laundry, a potty-training two-year old, and a four-year old with the attention span of a gnat. I did it and posted Your Questions; My Answers
I read some pretty good stuff this week too. Susan over at Divine Secrets of a Domestic Diva taught me how to hide my special “mommy snacks” from the little thieves, I mean the lovely angels that I live with.
I simply adore this post, Not a Care, from Jessica at Four Plus an Angel about love. Love is love and this post is beautiful.
When I read Ghost Stories from Bad Parenting Moments, all I could think about were my own Grandmothers. Her writing is so incredible and I love that she showed her softer side for just a little bit. Beautiful, beautiful words from a beautiful friend.
Any time Blissfully Discontented writes a post, I know that I will love it. Her words touch me so deeply I just can’t even explain it. This week she wrote about her struggle to make a huge decision about her career in Or Am I? It reminded me of the hard times I had going to work when Mini-Me was just a baby, and making that decision to start staying home. God I love her so freaking much.
So…this week I have some big plans. I asked some friends to help me with some very important blogging tips, it’s almost that time again to not be a Bloghole and join my linky party. There was something else… <think, think, think> Oh yeah, this week marks one year since I started this party. I guess that’s kind of a big deal. Short of being married to Farmer Bob and my relationship with Johnny, this is one of my most treasured commitments. I’m sure I’ll write something mushy and smushy in celebration.
Before you leave, don’t forget that you can follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Don’t miss out, there is tons of good laughs to be had and hours to be wasted. Have a good week and as always, thanks for reading my words.