I have an amazing friend who stabbed me in the back today. Literally. Multiple times, in fact... She's still an amazing friend, believe it or not. You see, I was kinda asking for it, really... Like when you're texting with your friend and say: "Hey, it's your day off work and I'm just studying all… Continue reading Friends Who Stab You In The Back
Learning is a never-ending process. This week was no exception for me. Here are a few of the "interesting" things I learned this week: 1. There is no way to "gently" hit a badminton birdie. It also greatly frustrates 5-year-olds when their mom always hits the chicken (aka, birdie) too far. It is equally frustrating for moms… Continue reading A Learning Week
"Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot." ~Charlie Chaplin Can we define "Comedy" and "Tragedy" here? Because based on what I remember from my Shakespeare class, a tragedy means everyone dies and a comedy means that everyone falls in love and gets married... I don't know how they convert. … Continue reading Day 19: Death or Marriage?
In a few hours, my Mother will arrive for her weekend visit to celebrate my graduation. In anticipation of this glorious time, Husband and I have spent the morning reminiscing about all the ways she will make this weekend a memorable one for us. Her comments and actions are so predictable that I decided I… Continue reading Mother Visit Bingo!
You know what makes packing *marginally* better? Wearing high heels. Okay, maybe not the actual "wearing" of the high heels, but the fact that I'm walking around my house amidst all the boxes and chaos wearing patent leather heels. I'm not crazy or anything, but I NEVER wear heeled shoes and I just bought my… Continue reading High Heel Packing