Getting to and into bed turns into an obstacle course full of adventure in the dark! So what else is new?
The brat got off the school bus with two holes in the school uniform that hadn't been there when he'd got on the bus in the morning. When I asked him (with a slight frost in my voice) he told me that a "Screaming Death" had made the holes. For the uninitiated, a Screaming Death... Continue Reading →
I am currently in what I imagine is a near-Cinderella stage. Drippy nose, swollen face and mopping up the red blood (poster color) that MLM generously painted on his T-Rex's teeth and pretty much all over on an off-white tiled floor. I fall back on the worst threat in my arsenal aka am going away... Continue Reading →
At this time, if you Google Ahmed the results that will come flying are only about the teenager who was mistaken for a terrorist by a supposedly over-cautious, over-anxious, overzealous school. But it seems to that there are again, two sides to every story. Ahmed Mohamed. Who is he? Just a person of color? A teenager?... Continue Reading →
All that glitters is not gold and every animated flick isn't just a kiddy movie. When I made plans for Inside Out I didn't expect to see a movie that was as well fleshed-out, had a lot of important things to convey and loads of nuances. That it's animated is just the icing on the... Continue Reading →
I had another Ah-HA! experience this morning while "attempting" to explain to MLM why something is desirable and why something isn't. People (parenting experts, those whose kids are no longer a pain-in-the-ass and those who are blissfully childless) usually say that it sets a bad example to communicate with a growing child using largely negatives... Continue Reading →
sticky fingers and unstuck head http://bouncyrambler.blogspot.com/2008/04/sticky-fingers-and-unstuck-head.html
Adventures in the new residence