I’m spending all of my time out in these parade float barns, in the heat, with no air conditioning. I feel like this guy. My face looks equally as awesome. However, he smells way better than I do. Also, he’s skinner. Jerk.
This morning, I woke up to find this in my yard. As a result of the Central Texas fires, the drought, and the general Old Testamenteque vibe around here, we are being overtaken by animals. Foxes, possums, racoons, skunks…and allegedly, snakes. They’re thirsty, they’re hungry, and they’re everywhere. So here’s the thing. 1.) I’m a […]
Even though I’m 40, I still think in school years. And today is the official start. Of course we began short get-used-to-school days two weeks ago, but Harry starts full days of Kindergarten today…and so he woke up at 5:30 a.m., ready to go. I’m ready to go too. Ready to get to work. So […]
It’s Labor Day, and I’m feeling optimistic. To me, this weekend always marks the end of something, or the start of something. Not necessarily good, or bad, just different. And even though the season doesn’t change until later on this month, Labor Day always feels like the last day of summer to me. This summer […]
I’m going to be spending a lot of time in the barns this week. All five of them. Cleaning, sorting, sweating. Because it’s auction week. I’m sad. And I’m relieved. And it’s going to be a long week.
We only let Harry play video games on Saturday. It is no coincidence that Saturday is his favorite day.
Harry is fascinated by the Statue of Liberty. He loves that it was a gift from France. He loves that there’s a “little kids version” of it in Paris. And he likes to pretend he’s the Statue of Liberty whenever possible. Especially when he’s holding an ice cream cone. It’s a thing.
There’s really nothing else to say about this.