1. Tonight for supper: Eggplant Parmesan. I didn't even get to sit down and eat it with the fam. But it smells awesome.
2. After months of suffering from stomach aches triggered by certain foods & other digestive dilemmas that shall remain nameless, I've decided that maybe what my system needs is to reboot. I'm starting a four week probiotic regimen. So far I think it's working; I started last night.
3. We have great neighbors. Yes, in Fairborn. I love them. Just sayin'.
4. The girls weren't even awake for two minutes this morning before they found something insignificant to fight about. Please tell me it's just a phase.
5. I'm so used to nasty dog farts that even when I'm not home I still think I smell them at times Lizzie would ordinarily be stinking up the house. This has gotten worse with age. Hers, not mine. And I don't care what they tell you, once a poop-eater, always a poop-eater. The Nasty Habit pills flavored with cayenne pepper that are supposed to make them unappetizing only get her more fired up for her meal.
6. If I had to pick a favorite dessert it would definitely be my mom's ice box cake. Mom, you're not planning a visit anytime soon, are you?!
7. Who doesn't like Tom Selleck? I've never heard anyone say they weren't a fan. He's a true class act, stand up, all-American guy.
8. I'm completely engrossed in Killing Lincoln. Who knew the Civil War could be so engaging.
9. I love the people I work with. I love the girls at the age they're at. Of all the details I would tweak about my life if I could, the truth is I couldn't be happier. What a gift!
10. I was given a rude awakening tonight the things recent college grads have been facing.... mounting debt, the inability to get enough loans to pay for school, no access to credit cards even when you have a degree and are using it to earn a living. It's going to be a tough road for these babes of mine. *sigh*
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- I'm a teacher by trade, writer at heart & mom in every sense of my being. I never considered writing as a profession, but after I got married and began moving around the country, I began sharing my adventures, misadventures & updates through a sort of e-mail newsletter. I found a true passion in unconventional story-telling that has followed me into motherhood.