I’d love to have a little lesson to share today.
Or a funny wiener (dog) joke.
Or a giant life lesson.
But I don’t.
Because I’m still exhausted from battling the teens.
(For the concerned few, I’ve been Valium-free for 3 days!)
Instead, I have a few random thoughts to share.
First, I thought this was a good day to conduct a little experiment and see what happens. As the site continues to grow, I love to know what you all think and how I might get you to participate a bit more.
I know how many of you want to remain anonymous because you don’t want your husband, kids, neighbors, the world, etc., to know that you’ve ever had bad thoughts…
but you like to read mine.
I do respect your privacy. I promise.
Please do remember, you can use a “CODE NAME” so no one (except me) knows it’s you.
Here’s a little anonymous poll for you and it will give me a good idea about some future plans I have in the works.
If no one clicks, I’ll get a BIG life lesson so remember how I just climbed out of The Black Hole and I’m still very fragile. Please don’t make me start that series up again. 🙂
Second, I’m surprised that I didn’t get more (as in AT LEAST A DOZEN OR MORE) comments on the Man on Blog post from Friday.
Seriously, just a patriotic, thank you to all the families with soldiers serving our country means a great deal to them!!
Hello, it’s not too late.
Come out of lurker status and just go the post, scroll down to comments box and type THANK YOU to all the men and women who serve our country (like Ann’s husband and my cousin’s son Rob).
Finally, many of you know I collect quotes. This one seems particularly appropriate as I battle onward as a mean mom. I leave you with this uplifting inspiration and a big sigh…
The hardest years in life are those between ten and seventy.
-Helen Hayes (at 73)