« Dangerous Letters, Vol. 25 | Main | G-Spot: Actual Cat »

September 12, 2010


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


Okay, on the speech....my sister had limited speech therapy. Nothing so severe as what you all have worked through, but a major lisp et al.

She was elected to be speaker of her law school class and passed the bar last year. ;)


What the heck?! Kindergartners don't get recess? I'm sorry, but that sucks. When I was in kindergarten, we had three recesses a day. I find this realization deeply disturbing. Now I can't sit around in my college classes and muse about how much fun it would be to be back in kindergarten. If there's no recess, what's the point?

Oh goodness, I've been ranting. On another, more relevant note, I wish you lots and lots of luck at your job interview!! :)


LOL - I laughed through the whole 10 points. I really want to meet your 3 yr old. She sounds like sooo much fun!

Maija @ Maija's Mommy Moments

The sleeping pants' story is priceless! I'm going to chuckle to myself about that one all day.


Jammie pants!!! They always hit my top 5 (somewhere around #1 or 2) of favorite things in the world. My philosophy is that the world would be a happier, more relaxed place if we could all wear them to work every day. My fave pair are about to fall apart, but I've refused to give them up yet...

I always love reading the 10 things that make you laugh. The way you write about them gives their full meaning and make me laugh, too.

Good luck with the interview!


I laughed SO hard at the sleeping pants. Mostly, at the homeless man, because that has happened to me. And I never get away with it either. Really, I laughed at all of them, but that one in particular.

Your three year old reminds me of my 12 year old. He was held back from starting school it was so bad for him, and it was a fight to get him therapy too because of his intelligence. He was in speech therapy for 5 years. Now, as long as he doesn't a mile a minute, you would never know.

Missy @ Wonder, Friend

Adore the story about your now very verbal six-year-old. That's a proud parenting moment, for sure. He sounds like a funny - and smart - kid.

I am not ashamed to admit that I have seen more than one item of my clothing on a homeless person. Apparently they shop at Target and Old Navy, too.

Missy @ Wonder, Friend

Oops - I always forget half of what I wanted to say: Good luck with the interview today!

D H-Arza

Good Luck!!!! I love your lists...

Mad Woman behind the Blog

Good luck...and I love you, your family, your tales. Thank you for the smile you put on my face today.


well of course the homeless guy had your sleeping pants. d'you think the homeless are going to steal something uncomfortable? no. they have to wear that crap all day every day. if you're homeless, you're looking for longevity and comfort, my friend. so I'd say that homeless guy validated your purchasing decision. consider those the best pants ever.

Two Girls on a Bench

SLEEPING PANTS! We love sleeping pants, would wear them all day if we could, thank you for that!

The comments to this entry are closed.

Dangerous Tweets

    follow me on Twitter

    Mine, Mine, Mine

    • COPYRIGHT 2010-2012 All Rights Reserved. Content on this web site is protected by U.S. copyright laws and may not be reproduced in any form without express written permission.