Meanwhile, never underestimate the ability of a random cat photo to cheer you up. I plan to send this to all my friend when they are sick. EVERY TIME.
Photo Credit: Cat Addicts Anony-mouse
When I’m not alternating between stressing about my 5-year-old being SO SICK and making inappropriate jokes about the situation, I’m becoming more popular by reading and writing elsewhere.
My Other Hangouts (don’t tell my blog):
- How To Survive The First Year Of Parenting If You Have Stairs: On Richmondmom, I give REAL parenting advice for those first time moms or those moms parenting for the first time with stairs.
- Father’s Day Is Stressful When Your Husband Is Awesome: Scott is amazing but I also shot myself in the foot by setting the bar so high back in Father’s Day 2007. And don’t forget that I teamed up with nTelos Wireless to giveaway a $50 Visa gift card for Father’s day just for commenting on that post!
Favorite posts I didn’t read, I mean, write:
- “I cant help it if some of the light goes across the road. Put something up in your window.”: From 27b/6, when a neighbor puts up a flood lamp that shines dirctly into David Thorne’s bedroom. (hilarious)
- Drug addiction a disease, not a moral failing, White House says: From LA Times, the WH is coming at addiction in a much better and saner way: ”The proposed access includes a voucher system to not only allow those recovering to pay for treatment, but to pay for costs such as transitional housing, child care and work-appropriate clothing.”. (important)
- Chaos Theory: A Unified Theory of Muppet Types (What Kind Of Muppet Are You?): From Slate, I’m an Order Muppet except when it comes to housework then CHAOS RULES. I even have Order Muppet eyebrows like Bert and Sam the Eagle. (awesome)
- 9-Year-Old Who Changed School Lunches Silenced By Politicians: From Wired, a 9-year-old in Scotland started blogging about the nonnutrition and nonappealing meals served at school and went viral. The politicians and school (even though the teachers initially approved the project) shut her down but the widespread support for her made them change their minds again. (interesting)