I got the extended warranty card for our new car in the mail today. On another note, I backed the new car into a pole. It’s fine. You can’t tell. Not really…
Something funny happened on the bus, so my 15-year-old daughter GG decided to text her older sister, her father, and me about it. She received some varied responses: From her sister, she got a question. From me, she got advice. (Typical Mom, right?) And from her father…… I don’t even know how to categorize that.
Remember when we used to rent movies at the video store? Ah, the eighties and nineties were a fun time. I saw this meme on my facebook wall the other day: I laughed, but the really funny thing is that Blockbuster Video is alive and well here in Alaska. I’m not kidding. I took the twins thereContinue reading “Remember Blockbuster Video?”
We just experienced our first day of school in Alaska. In the past my kids have gone back to school in early to mid-August, so the weather has always been warm and sunny. Well, it’s mid-August, but it is NOT warm here. Granted, it’s not exactly COLD yet, either. It’s around 50 degrees, but for kidsContinue reading “First Day of School Fail”
I was preheating the oven in the new house for the first time. When I opened it, I noticed something sort of puddled in the bottom. Was it water? I took a paper napkin and dabbed at the spot. Yes, that’s right. I used a paper napkin in a four hundred degree oven. I neverContinue reading “A Lesson in Safety”