Monday, November 10, 2008


Christmas music is at the dentist's office.

Christmas lights are on my parent's neighbor's houses.


Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Six under six

I confess that this post is referring to how many children my friend will have in December when her (gulp) TRIPLETS are due.

Prozac, you said? I'll take three please. And one for what's-her-name...

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Halloween Is Here-

-And my confession is that all I can think about is Christmas. Know why? Because EVERY SHELF IN THE STORE IS CHRISTMAS STUFF. I barely have my children's costumes and candy ready and I'm feeling guilty for not being stocked up on my wrapping paper and ornaments.

I don't need this stress. Anyone else want to boycott the holiday with me this year?

Friday, October 3, 2008

I confess that I am CRANKY.

You know when you wake up and just know that it's going to be a bad day?

Welcome to my morning.


I confess that I love anything I don't have to pay for. This website has free handbags HERE. I figure, why not? I'm too freaking broke to buy my OWN handbag...

Monday, September 29, 2008

In-Laws...Who Needs Em?

I confess that I really am putting that question out there, WHO NEEDS THEM?

Monday, August 25, 2008


I confess that I am IRRITATED. Today was my children's first day of school. FIRST DAY. They came home with "All about me" papers, were excited about being able to eat in the lunchroom for the first time, and handed me a 5,000 page brochure full of things to buy for their "BACK TO SCHOOL FUNDRAISER!" Attached was a letter trying to guilt all the parents into buying magazines, Happenings Books, cookie dough and who knows what else?

And here's the kicker: The kids only get prizes if they sell more than ten items. TEN! COME ON! A roll of wrapping paper is 15.00!

NOOOOOO. It gets better: Only 45% of the proceeds go to the school. So my children come home excited about harassing our elderly neighbors into buying crap they don't want so that MY kids can get a fifty-cent kaleidoscope out of the deal. And their school gets 45%.


I have a headache. I knew getting the kids back into school would have a downside, and I think this is IT.