So, if you’re an actual person reading this blog (which is more rare than you’d think, actually), you may have noticed the decided lack of TBT posts recently. Which is partly because I’ve been a total slacker, and partly because even in 441 posts to date, there are only so many I think are worthy
This week being the Kid’s birthday, I thought I’d dredge up a post about he and I from way back. In the same spirit, today’s TBT picture is from waaaaay before I started blogging, in fact before he was born. Yes, that’s me. Yes, I’m pregnant. And yes, I’m in a Winnie the Pooh costume.
This is a topic that’s been on my mind lately, so I decided to work it into this week’s TBT post. And, in the spirit of the body-lovin’ talked about in this blog, I give you today’s TBT picture which is really only of a few months ago but something I swore would never make
Good morning! I finally ran out of pre-scheduled TBT posts, which is why this one is a little late. It took me a while to find one that suited me for today, but I think this one will work. The picture to go with it is…well. Priceless. Hope you enjoy! Click here to go straight
Today’s TBT post makes me giggle every time I read it. Don’t worry, it’s not nasty or inappropriate…though you might think so! I wrote it as part of my old creative writing group, LFB. Today’s picture is not from that time period, since I have given you many from that same period of time, but is
Today’s TBT picture has nothing to do with the post, but everything to do with how much I love my son! This picture is from when he was seven, and he’s so cute I just can’t stand it. Today’s Throwback Thursday post is brought to you by your friendly neighborhood HMO. Indeed, I blog
It’s been a very long time since I posted anything about 9/11. This year, September 11 is actually on a Thursday, so it seems almost like fate that I link you to the last September 11 post that I did, even though I didn’t originally post it on the relevant day. This is a tough day.
This is one of my favorites not because it’s written exceptionally well (it’s really not), but because every time I read it, I remember this conversation and how funny it was. My son may not appreciate me sharing this with my own small section of the internet, but, well…we’ll deal with that if it happens.
You thought just little kids that didn’t know any better shoved things up their noses with great abandon, didn’t you? News flash: So do 2Ns. This is a story I wrote after experiencing TWO such events. That’s right. It didn’t just happen once, but TWICE. That’s just how awesome I am, dear readers. Enjoy! caution:
Now that there are all these fancy watches and wristbands and iPhone apps that track everything from your heart rate to how well you sleep at night, there is not much of a market for stand-alone, clip on pedometers that only measure how many steps you take in a day and translate that into miles