My kids love the sack lunch. They don’t love the same lunch week after week. And I don’t love being in the kitchen which means . . . they have to come up with their own ideas. The first couple of weeks, my son decided the most efficient means of making his lunch was . . . → Read More: Unique School Lunches
A little boy is moving. He tells a classmate, a little girl, the moving date. “That’s sad,” she says. “I’ll miss you.”
He smiles. “When I grow up, before I get married, I’ll search the world for you.”
“NO!” she shouts. “Just google me!”
“Yeah,” he says. “I’ll search Google Earth for you!”
. . . → Read More: Kids and Moving
While doing laundry today, I noticed a pattern. “AHA!” I declared.
Mike looked at me, waiting for an explanation.
“Remember when I was pregnant and kept saying that ‘this kid’s heels feel sharp enough to pop right through me?’”
“Barely,” he said.
“And remember,” I continued, unfazed, “when you hugged me and mused that . . . → Read More: Proof
Does your spouse or coworker or friend use a word processing software often? If so, I have a super easy prank to teach you. In honor of April Fool’s Day, I’ve made my first (I’m still learning) screencast to teach you how!
Can’t see the video? Try here.