This is a real thing. It happens to me as a mom all the time. And it has been that way ever since I can remember. Me. The chick who couldn't say hi to that one guy in high school could and would go up to a guy to get his number for a friend.... Continue Reading →
Welcome aboard, train wreck. Seriously. Bookish train wrecks. This is going to rock your TBR. Stop what you're doing. Bookworms, I'm about to revolutionize your reading. If this is your first time here, welcome aboard, train wreck. Glad to have you here. If this isn't your first time here, I'm still glad to have you.... Continue Reading →
Hey, train wreck. I'm having a heck of a time lately. I've had a 2 week long anxiety attack. That got followed by a depressive episode. Now my family has all been sick physically. My uterus is mad because once again there's no visitor. And my eyes are bothering me so bad I need to... Continue Reading →
Let me throw some trigger warnings at you. This is about mental illness. I talk about anxiety, depression, and suicide. If you're not ok with that, that's ok. I have lots of other posts for you to read. Please stick around and check them out. But if you know someone who could benefit from hearing... Continue Reading →
Much like smells, a variety of sounds fill a mother’s days and ears. Most of which comes as whining or the ever cringe inducing, “Mama Mama Mama Mama Mama.” My toddler son currently holds the world record for most mamas said in a twenty-four-hour period: eighty-six thousand four hundred.
I have been wanting to read this book since it first came out. Jenny has been an inadvertent mentor to me. And if she reads this I hope I don't come off as a Bloggess Stan. But this book is just one of the reasons I adore her.