The Glorious Train Wreck Mom

This is a safe space for all train wrecks. Except here, we don't give you a puppy and a latte. We give you sarcasm and humor.

Who needs a little help feeling the fall vibes? Summer is still hanging on here with temps in the nineties. I’m ready for my flannel shirt and boots. I want to go to a pumpkin patch and pay way too much for a pumpkin I’m going to gut like a slasher in an 80’s horror movie. Who’s with me here?

As I stood, looking at my camera, I had the feeling I was being watched. And not by my camera. I turned my attention to the sidewalk in front of my house. A group of my neighbors stood perfectly clad in pink velour track suits, staring, whispering. This group was the Neighborhood Watch. Izzie had …

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Have you ever said to yourself, “I really wish I could find a books about a middle aged mom who has anxiety but still tries to make life normal for her kid? All while helping solve crimes?” Me too! That’s why I started writing “The Tuxedo Cat Mysteries.” I love cozy mysteries. I do. It …

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But why tho

The Glorious Train Wreck Mom

Do you see this? I wanted the paperback. I’m building up my physical library. (Pay no attention to the fact that I don’t actually have a bookshelf.) I clicked mass paperback and what the actual hell is that price? Is this how someone gets rich being a self published Kindle author? Have I been doing …

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Well, train wrecks. Here we are. We made it to 2021. And if your social media feed looks like mine, you’ve already been inundated with New Year New Me posts. That’s all well and good. It’s a great thought and sentiment. But when you look at the fact that most people give up their resolutions …

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Let me tell you about music. That shit is powerful. It affects our mood. A song brings back memories. It transport us across time and distance. We all have those songs that trigger memories for us. “Good morning, beautiful” was the song I heard when I woke up with my daughter our first night home …

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The quarantine has given us an opportunity to find out what we’re made of and who we really are. Apparently, I’m made of marshmallow and I am really much weirder than previously thought. I feel bad for anyone who has to go through my YouTube history. Between Dr. Pimple Popper, Brad Mondo, Jenna Moreci, and …

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Cool. 10 days into this challenge and I’m sliding down the rabbit hole. I’m really trying to find reasons for it. I’m a week out from starting my cycle. And im premenopausal. So, even though PMS usually shows up about 3 days before, who the hell knows what’s going on there. My leg and back …

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