May you and yours have a fun, fabulous Thanksgiving! (And if you’re in Canada, then I hope your Thanksgiving last month was great!) Enjoy some Turkey Day humor courtesy of someecards.com: Do you have a favorite cartoon about Thanksgiving? What’s your favorite dish at Thanksgiving?
The year was 2000. My husband and I were ensconced in a hotel room in beautiful downtown Canton, Ohio. We had come to celebrate the millennium with the Pro Football Hall of Fame, of which my father, a former professional football player with the Los Angeles Rams, was a member. My husband was geeking out. [Read More]
Warning! They’re coming. Not the walking dead. Or the Boy Scouts with their popcorn. No, the Elsas are coming. All 5,082,367 of them. How do I know there will be so many of them? A couple weeks ago I took my daughter, 7, to a Halloween event. And then I almost lost her. That’s because she [Read More]
In lieu of my weekly round-up of funny stuff, I am sharing the 3 Things I Learned From My Kids This Week. Trust me. What I learned is just as silly as the crazy tweets and cartoons I’ve been sharing on Fridays! The first Thing I Learned This Week is that these Barbies are NOT [Read More]
I’ve got a re-cap of the April Fool’s festivities in my house, a few of my favorite tweets, and the scintillating tale of my celebrity interactions on Twitter this week! April Fool’s Did you survive April Fool’s? My kids really got into it, especially my 10yo son. He actually pulled one over on me with [Read More]
Ready for my Friday run-down of things that made me chortle this week? Here we go! This one was my favorite funny parenting cartoon: And these were some GR-E-A-T (as Tony the Tiger would say) tweets: We are not going to see the Lego Movie because the 5YO’s Elsa cake is already ordered for April. [Read More]
Every Friday I love to share what’s made me laugh this week. I’ve got some rules to live by, a cute “Mom Fail” story, and, of course, some funny tweets for you this week. Rules to Live By First, are you sick and tired of winter? Me too! My mental capacity to tolerate snow and [Read More]
Last week Will’s 2nd grade class went on a field trip to a one room schoolhouse. Their goal was to learn about life 100 years ago. We received some instructions regarding the trip. We needed to pack a lunch ala 100 years ago, such as in a handkerchief, pail, or basket. Uh, I don’t necessarily [Read More]