hey, i promised you bastards, polygamy, and deadly queen bees, and have them you will. but first i just wanted to put it out to the blogosphere that something weird and unpleasant happened at my local ToysRUs. i don’t know… Read more ›
fantastic, and inspiring!
this sounds like a great reason to see THE GOLDEN COMPASS, (mentioned in the NYT): William A. Donohue, the president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, who also raised a fuss, not very successfully, over “The Da… Read more ›
INT. KITCHEN – NIGHT the Unreliable Narrator sits on my lap, eating spoonful after spoonful of plain yogurt. (his daddy fed him dinner at 6 pm and then expected the child to go to bed on an empty stomach. what… Read more ›
it got to be too much–posting on NaBloPoMo every day. friends who are otherwise okay but overstepped a boundary at school. work this-and-that. so we took a mental health day and played hooky today. guess where we went.
let me go on a bit more about how active the Unreliable Narrator is. it’s almost unbelievable the amount of energy a small human child can throw off.
i was at the sink washing up some dishes when i turn around and see the Unreliable Narrator doing an interpretive dance behind me. yes, he still wants to be an acrobat in cirque du soleil, and his show will… Read more ›
okay, now that you’ve put away the turkey leftovers and can properly focus on how many shopping days til christmukahzaa, it’s time to think about holiday cookies. at our house we make them sugarless, and use a “nutritious” chocolatey frosting.… Read more ›
Cars. They were heavy and you had to crank them up to start them. Plus no seatbelts. Why were they heavy? Because…they didn’t use any plastic back then. What’s plastic? Well…
the Unreliable Narrator: turns four in a few days. had an awesome time at his joint birthday party. willingly gave up a few gifts to be donated. refused, after his school’s diwali celebration, to surrender the dot from his forehead.… Read more ›