We have almost officially finished our second week in Bellingham and are about to move on to our third week. I know I won’t always count our time here in weeks, just like eventually all parents stop counting the weeks and months of their children’s ages – but for now, tracking in weeks makes sense… Continue reading That Time I Felt A Lot Like Voldemort
You were devouring your pb&j sandwich when I left you to run outside and switch the laundry. Recently, you’ve decided that you love it which makes me happy, cuz ya know I don’t like cooking very much. That’s just the honest truth. I came back in and you were still eating so I began tidying… Continue reading A Note On the Go: Nap time
Here’s the thing about my life the last three months: I am emotionally and physically exhausted. Yes, there are specific things today that happened that were REALLYREALLYREALLY good(!!!!) but also at the same time, there were things that have just left me feeling so drained and all I want is to curl up in bed… Continue reading That Time I Almost Spontaneously Combusted
This last weekend I got to fulfill one of the many things on my bucket list – the Disneyland Main Street Electrical Parade!! It was seriously a dream come true, as silly and ridiculous as that may sound. This parade was huge when I was growing up and every time we actually made it to… Continue reading Childhood Buckets & Buckets & Buckets
I know we’re a week into February already, but I’m still in shock. Does it normally take me this long to get accustomed to the new year? Earlier this afternoon my co-worker and I remembered that this past Friday was the one year birthday for little Oliver, the baby boy born to someone who worked… Continue reading Staying Motivated and Becoming a Legend
This week during my lunch break one day I went to Starbucks to get some work done, (I know, working on my lunch break from work… I live the hustlers life, you see), and as the barista rang me up for my hot passion fruit tea, (I live a refined hustlers life), we had a… Continue reading New Year, New Me – right?