This is after I ran over it with 6,000 pounds of vehicle. Merry Christmas, you filthy animal.
This is a toughie. It can be downright hard, because there are so many emotions tied up with the holidays. We have expectations. Christmas is supposed to be a time where we express our love and gifts are a way we do that. What if the child, who has special needs, doesn’t like their gift? What if they don’t play … Read More
After reading a few glowing family newsletters, I am more inspired than ever to continue the tradition of the Yardley’s More Realistic Holiday Newsletter. If you ever wanted to see how we really live, this is the way to do it. And here we go! 2017 started with a bang and ended with a whimper. LUKE travels constantly for work, … Read More
We had a small, charming Thanksgiving this year. Just us, some favorite foods, video games, and movies. Thanksgiving carries a lot of baggage for me, but I tried to shrug it off and spent time really focusing on the people and things I’m grateful for. Gratitude really does make everything better. I hope you have a wonderful day, and find … Read More
Tonight I’m getting together with the Awkward Conversations with Geeky Writer’s crew for a special holiday broadcast. We’ll discuss a myriad of things, answer your questions, and the best part? We’ll be giving out prizes! We literally have stockings full of gifts. Join us! It’s an online party, so you can show up in pajamas. Todd Keisling, Anthony Rapino, Eryk … Read More
Niko is hanging out with Grandma and Grandpa for some special fun time. So we took the girls to mail their letters to Santa. I also mailed my own letter, thanking him for his hard work last year. Yes, I’m attributing my recent novels to him. Thank you, Santa! I believe.
No, wait, that’s paint. My hands are stained white with paint, because I’m trying to painting the kitchen. Which is difficult with three little ones who need constant attention. For Valentine’s Day, we’re having a nice dinner and then my hubby is watching the mugwumps while I, yes, paint some MORE of the kitchen. Needless to say that life is horribly … Read More
It’s a holiday tradition. Every year I look this thing up and then spend an exorbitant amount of time playing with it. It’s sweet. It’s charming. It’s all about destruction and making children scream. Lovely! If this sounds at all enticing, follow this link. For those who aren’t familiar, you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Then get back to your NaNo novels.