Each day has its own momentum as if the effect of gravity on the hour hand dictated its pace.
My daughter’s class does this thing where each child gets to be a “Star” for a week.
We do not have cable TV.
These procedurals are tedious to write. I hope it is not as tedious to read. But if you read to the end, you will be rewarded with the quick, easy and painless (to the hamster) way to catch your wayward pet.
It was the February blizzard of 2013. We lost power at 9:30pm on Friday night. The outside temperature dipped into the single digits and our thermostat dropped into the low 50s on Saturday afternoon.
I have moved on from my first post but I’d like to clarify a few things. I meant to explain my decision to accept, as a full-time job, the responsibility to take care of the kids, the house and the household finances.
I have a beautiful, brilliant and wonderful wife who excels in corporate America, but who is not interested in the finer points of cooking, cleaning and home organization. I on the other hand, have learned that I do not work well with others but I do pack a mean school lunch.
I started a blog on February 19, 2013 after I closed my video production business and began life as a stay at home dad.