Making the Bed – A Conversation of OCD Proportions

July 25, 2013
hot to make a bed

When The Daddy was over for dinner the other night, he decided that me trying to make my bed was funny enough to film. Do you think I'm too OCD about making the bed?

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10 Types of People on Facebook

January 25, 2012

If you have spent any time on Facebook, you know that it isn't that much different from The Breakfast Club. Stereotypes abound. I'm sure you have some of these types of people as your Facebook friends. You may even BE one of these people. You may need to unfriend some of these people. 1. The […]

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Murphy’s Laws of Moving

January 17, 2012

1. No matter how organized you are, chaos happens. 2. That thing you couldn't find and don't need anymore, is found. 3. Something WILL get broken. 4. You will always be a couple of boxes short of what you need. 5. If you are ready for the movers, they will be late. If you aren't […]

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The Post About Moving in Which I Prove I’m Completely Neurotic

January 9, 2012

Anxiety. Neurotic labeling. Panic in the chaos. I am moving in 6 days. The chaos in my apartment is overwhelming. Things are not in their proper home. There are boxes and bags in my way everywhere. I feel like I need to hire one of those therapists from Hoarders to come help me deal with […]

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Top 10 Reasons to Procrastinate

January 3, 2012

Here are the top 10 reasons to procrastinate: 1.      

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A Blogger’s Night Before Christmas

December 19, 2011

‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a productive thing moved, except a wireless mouse. The stockings were flung on the floor in despair, because one more blog post had to be there. The children were screaming about not going to bed, While Mama drank whisky and swore in her head. […]

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Prank Calling, It’s Not Just for Tweens

December 13, 2011

If you haven't ever met Mama Kat, let me tell you, she's losin' it. She actually prank called me last night. If you ever needed proof I'm a total dork, click here and watch the video of the call. Or visit her every Thursday as her writing prompts are pretty famous. Dear Justin Beiber, I […]

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The Visual Guide to Social Media Posts

November 27, 2011
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The Great Green Bean Deception

November 23, 2011

I don’t like Thanksgiving.   I don’t like turkey and dressing. I don’t like sweet potatoes. I don’t like  potatoes of any kind unless they are french fried. I don’t like pecan pie.   I think its silly to slave all day over one meal. I think its silly to have that many dirty dishes. […]

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My Kid’s Got Swag

November 22, 2011

A couple of days ago Little Brother got in trouble at school for showing his butt to another kid. I did my absolute best to keep a straight face while the teacher explained this to me. Or maybe I didn't do that great job of it. My poker face seems to not be working as […]

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Guest Post at Mimzy Wimzy

November 21, 2011

I'm not here today. I'm there. Read my guest post.

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Kids Say The Darndest Things or How to Make Your Kids Cry By Laughing At Them

August 17, 2011

Kids really do say the darndest things. And then they get mad when you laugh about it. Repeatedly. In various social circles. Again and again. I have no idea why this would upset them, but it does. Here are some of the latest gems. __________________ Me: Do you need to go potty? Little Brother: No. […]

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I Survived Arkansas

June 9, 2011
Mama’s Losin’ It

Last summer The Daddy and I drove 1300 some odd miles from Oklahoma to Miami to go on a cruise. Then we drove back. The Daddy didn't let me drive. I was bored out of my ever lovin' busy mind. However, this wasn't the worst part of the trip. Arkansas was. Fortunately, I survived the […]

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10 Bizarre Courses I Could Teach

June 7, 2011

I got this idea from Ironic Mom. 1. Enjoying Dr. Pepper – Some people like wine, I like Dr. Pepper. Sue me. 2. The Art of Wasting Time – I am honestly never bored. I can always find something to do and I'll show you how! 3. The Theology, Philosophy, and Literary Connections of Lost […]

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