Let me start by saying I love him. I love my young adult son with everything I have and everything I am. But he has pushed me past my allotted amount of patience and I’m about to open a can of whoop ass on him. I suppose I can blame the whole thing on a … Continue reading I’m About To Open A Can Of Whoop Ass On My Young Adult Son
Here's a little something I wrote for Grown and Flown... It's been three years since my youngest son graduated from high school and my nest emptied. It has taken my husband and me some time and a few adjustments for our oh-so-empty nest to feel complete. I've learned a little over the past few years, … Continue reading I’m A Third Year Empty Nester And Here’s What I Know
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This post originally appeared on BLUNTMoms.com My phone rang a few days ago and the scratchy, weak voice on the other end of the line told the story. My youngest son was sick. He felt terrible: tired, weak, achy. I thought for a minute, then I knew—it was the flu. “How long have you … Continue reading My College Kid Has Flu—WHAT DO I DO?
This post originally appeared on BLUNTMoms.com Yep, she went there, and now I must speak. Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren called Congressman Joe Kennedy a “little ginger nerd” (among other things) after his State of the Union rebuttal on January 30. It was an interesting choice of insults, but not one that surprised me. … Continue reading The G(inger) Word And What You Might Not Know