Category: Humor

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Is This How the Swine Flu Started?

We can find humor everywhere, even in an epidemic. Slate Magazine has a gallery featuring 29 cartoons about the swine flu outbreak. These are my favorites:

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In Memory of the Pillsbury Doughboy

Please join me in remembering a great icon of the entertainment community. The Pillsbury Doughboy died yesterday of a yeast infection and trauma complications from repeated pokes in the belly. He was 71.Doughboy was buried in a lightly greased coffin. Dozens of celebrities turned out to pay their respects, including Mrs. Butterworth, Hungry Jack, the […]

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Photo of a Soon-to-be Accident

This is the before photo of an soon-to-be accident. My son got creative. Do I allow him to keep his invention and wait for the inevitable? Or do I confiscate it before the disaster?   His name is David. David and the slingshot…sound familiar? I named him David because it means “beloved of God” not […]

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You Know You're A Mom When…

A list we moms can relate to.


A Smile is a Click Away

A cheerful heart is a good medicine… Psalms 17:22 Homeschooling Multiple Ages 😀 Self Control (Have You Ever Had One of Those Days?) The Bitter Homeschooler’s Wish List Boomama (bring fried chicken and diet coke) Why Gyms Are No Good 20 Advantages to Homeschooling What?! No School Today? You Know You’re A Homeschool Mom When… […]


Laundry Daze

Laundry Danger This is what happens at my house when I’ve been sick for a week or working on a deadline.   Long Time Never-Been Solved Laundry Mysteries Where does the other sock go? (Aliens? Sneaky sock-thief neighbors? Floating in cyber space with some of my email?) What is lint? Why does the amount vary […]

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Thinking Like a Child

We’ve been taping (TiVo) episodes of Discovery Channel’s Planet Earth to watch in the evenings. After dinner and the dishes I asked the boys which episode they wanted to watch: Deep Oceans, Great Plains, or Caves. They voted on Great Plains. The world’s plains are home to massive herds of animals. This episode reveals the […]


No More Oatmeal Kisses

A young mother writes: “I know you’ve written before about the empty-nest syndrome, that lonely period after the children are grown and gone. Right now I’m up to my eyeballs in laundry and muddy boots. The baby is teething; the boys are fighting. My husband just called and said to eat without him, and I fell off my diet. Lay it on me again, will you?”

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