The weather much of the past week was a horrible cross between science experiment and cruel joke. The air was warm and pudding-thick, testing my deodorant, the sticking power of my SPF (huge, drippy fail as far as my eyeballs are concerned), and the boundaries of my hair. On the Fourth of July, I applied for an emergency follicular zoning permit.
If you were in the northern hemisphere on the planet Earth this past week, you know what I’m talking about. Continue reading Surviving Summer Funtimes: Week the Third
Mother Nature is going through some mood swings this week. I’m right with her because I believe in supporting other mothers.
Sticky heat ping-ponged with torrential rain, meaning one too many days where the kids (after a hearty morning of Awesome Camp, which is what I’m naming it because it is, truly) just melt and flop inside.
You know what accompanies indoor melting and flopping during rain and awful heat? Continue reading Surviving Summer Funtimes: Week the Second
This past week, we went from 3000 degrees to 4 degrees in the span of a couple days, which meant storms, dreary weather, and cooped-up children who, in such situations, see me as the in-house entertainment director.
Continue reading Surviving Summer Funtimes: Week the First