Month: January 2009

Kid drama

Kid drama

What the hell was he THINKING? This is what I was asking myself yesterday morning when Scott’s principal called.  Apparently my usually well-behaved son has been a minion of Satan on the bus.  Donovan rides the bus in the mornings, except for Wednesdays, and he hasn’t seen a thing, so I am guessing he usually […]

Posted 29 January 2009 by Kim in Bitches & Moans, Kid Tales, School Days / 3 Comments
Exploring the Multifaceted Mama

Exploring the Multifaceted Mama

I just want to thank Flutter, Renee and Becky for their advice on yesterday’s post.  You guys really gave me the support and advice I needed and I appreciate it.  It is amazing what you can take from the points of view of three different people!   My “what ifs” have more to do with […]

Posted 28 January 2009 by Kim in Pondering Life / 3 Comments
Too much thinking,…

Too much thinking,…

I have spent the last few days lost in thought, I guess.  I suppose coming to startling realizations about your past will do that to you!  It has definately made me think about some of the choices I have made in my life.  It made me wonder where and who I would be had I […]

Posted 27 January 2009 by Kim in Blast from the Past, Pondering Life / 4 Comments
Reevaluating life,…

Reevaluating life,…

Most of the time, I question the value of closure.  Sometimes, bringing up the past only rehashes the hurt for the one wronged, almost making them twice victimized.  But sometimes, closure can really be a great thing.    I wrote about this a few days ago, but over the past 6 months, I have met […]

Posted 22 January 2009 by Kim in Blast from the Past, Pondering Life / 5 Comments
The first day,…

The first day,…

Well, what is there to say about yesterday that hasn’t been said by a thousand bloggers today?  I spent most of my day glued to the TV, watching it all unfold.  Before this election, I really could have taken or left it all.  But I got pretty wrapped up in this one, and all the […]

Posted 21 January 2009 by Kim in Political Madness / 3 Comments