“What?!” Dr. Baerkaler cleared his throat professionally. “I said,” he repeated slowly, “That is a common side effect when you’ve lost some parts of your brain.” I felt dizzy, and tired. I felt like I’d just given birth, for Pete’s sake. The doctor wasn’t making much sense. I’d lost some parts of my brain? I … More Cognitive Creation
If you tuned in last week, you may be wondering why I’m introducing another breakfast item for dinner. Short answer: Thursday night I’m on my own after an entire evening of three children’s sports practices and games …and breakfast just works. I suppose that wasn’t a very short answer. The point is that I don’t … More The Cheapest, Bestest Dinner Ideas, II
After a morning of dragging, begging, threatening, feeding, packing, and shoeing (and shooing), I thank heaven for other moms. My slowest child FINALLY made it out the door to school carpool this morning; a plush toy under each arm, a backpack upon his back, and dress up boots on his feet. My friend who drives them … More Thank Heaven for Other Moms
I am a mother. This may not have been my first choice of primary occupation, but we’re not going into that right now. What we are going to discuss is my intent to post all my top-secret recipes that save the day when money and time are tight. The first on my list of cheap and easy … More The Cheapest, Bestest Dinner Ideas Ever
“I’m so excited to fold clothes and wash dishes!” -said no mother, ever. And yet, my husband wonders why I can’t drum up any excitement to get out of bed in the mornings.