A Few Favorites…
Enjoy a few of our favorite posts…
If the mouse gets a cookie, the pig gets a pancake, and the moose gets a muffin, why can’t the mom have a margarita?
Once upon a time, there was a woman who spent her days in a dreary little cubicle. She longed for opportunities to venture forth into the world outside those three confining walls, adventures like team meetings, facilitating workshops, housing inspections, and site visits. One day, a grand adventure, the ultimate escape, presented itself, and she took flight. Curious to hear about how she spends her days since breaking free?
The roller coaster of awesomeness that every mom has faced, is facing, or will face. I suffered a swift plummet down a steep hill, but have since climbed my way back to the top, where I’m enjoying the view!
… about my children, Squirt and Squeak:
I get teary-eyed every time I read this post. It’s the little things…
Everything you ever wanted to know about day-to-day life in a Warrior household. Our Numero Uno Fan (aka Nana) picked this as her absolute favorite post about her oldest granddaughter.
It’s untalented folks (like me) who keep talented folks (like hair stylists) in business. Numero Uno Fan picked this one as her favorite post about her youngest granddaughter.
Squirt is a young aspiring writer and I am a proud mommy, happily publishing her poetry on my blog!
Parents, do you ever have the feeling that you are being watched? You probably are.
The Husband’s Number-One, All-Time-Favorite post reveals a bit about what might be going on inside our littlest one’s mind.
Oh, what a marvelous head of hair she has!
Trying to find humor in my inability to swear successfully, this post is an excellent example of why I was so hopelessly uncool in high school.
… about odiferous topics:
The story of young love ruined by a smelly day at work.
For six months of writing this blog, I’ve resisted the urge to write about baby poop. Until, that is, this incident…
… about travel:
What else can I say? The title sums it up pretty well!
If you missed it, I wrote an 11-part series about our experiences in Ethiopia. This one, however, describes the best part of the entire experience: The children!
… about books:
I have an affliction – I am historically ignorant. I have set out on a quest to remedy this situation. Here are some history books I’ve discovered along the way.
… about marriage:
I’m no Martha Stewart, no Rachael Ray, no Paula Deen. Heck, I might even venture to say I’m no Ronald McDonald. But I AM a darn good wife!
… about real estate & moving:
I am never moving again. Even when I’m old(er) and wrinkly(er) and achy(er), I plan on staying here. I’ll even have a lift chair installed to get up to my bedroom. So long as I never have to move again.