lightning and yawns

It’s raining outside and for a while, I’ve been hearing thunder… which means lightning can’t be far away. The only thing I can think of is, leave my modem alone, I got work to do here! Yeah, if it starts to storm, I might just have to turn off my internet connection and unplug my modem. Yes, primitive, huh? Keeping my fingers crossed here. Off to catch some coffee *yawn*.

plogging along, or is it blogging along?

And so we keep churning out the posts. It’s getting to the point where I’m starting to see blog posts on my wall, on the place mats, in my cup of coffee… so yeah 😆 . Surprisingly the girls and I have only made on snack run for guacamole and chips. I guess that tells you how much fun we’re having. And on we go to another hour of posts….

If you’ve got a parenting-related question, feel free to plonk it into the comment box and I’ll try and answer it in the next post or so. I need all the ideas I can get to keep going, thanks.

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wordless wish

wordless wish

paperwork cartoon

who is…

… your favorite Disney princess?

The girls and I used to watch a lot of Disney movies and cartoons. We love Ariel, the little mermaid with gorgeous hair.

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I can hear some birds calling outside. Isn’t it wonderful to be free? Help end cruelty to animals. Sponsor me as I continue plogging and blogging along for the next 14 hours or so. Don’t hold me to the number of hours, my math may be as messed up as my sleep-deprived mind is right now.

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driving me up the wall

Drivers that drive me up the wall are those who:

  • don’t look for oncoming traffic when turning out of a side road
  • hog 2 or more lanes to turn
  • sleep at traffic lights
  • drive like turtles because they’re so busy yakking on their cellphones
  • speed up to prevent you from turning.

What about you?

what do your kids have for breakfast?

Our breakfasts are usually fairly simple on school days. There’s no time for anything fancy. Besides everyone’s pretty grumpy when they have to get up early and off to school 😆 . So it usually bread, sometimes toast, with butter and jam, and some tuna sandwiches or cookies for recess.

On weekends, we may have eggs, sausages and baked beans. Or if it’s the kids’ lucky day, I will agree to take them to McD’s for what they call “a real breakfast”.

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