Tagged with Humor

It’s Been Real, WordPress

Dear WordPress, It’s time. My self-hosted site is all but ready, so this will be my last post as a Presser. I have appreciated the free hosting, and will always remember being Freshly Pressed with the fondest of memories. Thank you for introducing me to so many talented bloggers, whom I pray will continue to … Continue reading

So, I Peed on my Kid.

The fam and I took a trip to Burgatory today. If you’ve never been, I highly recommend it, mostly for the milkshakes. Mmmmmm… Anyhoo, the kids behaved fairly well, ate their meals without trying to feed strangers at the table next to us, and didn’t even spill anything! It was, without a doubt, one of … Continue reading

Happy 1-Year Blogiversary to Meeeeee!!!

Happy Friday, party people! I woke up in an exceptionally good mood today because, well, it’s Friday AND because I’m reintroducing coffee back into my diet after almost a week hiatus. The flu may have had me down, but I’m up again, people, and I plan to reclaim my status as a fully functioning caffeine … Continue reading

Oversharing: Toddler-style

Remember how sick I was yesterday? Well, today I put on my “day clothes,” as my kids call them, and headed out to the boy’s preschool parent/teacher conference. [Insert merited applause here]. I prayed that I wouldn’t crap in my pants and would like to thank Baby Jesus for hearing me. #Success. Until… Teacher: I’m … Continue reading

Well, I Suck.

Dear The Mommy Ref,  The Sadder But Wiser Girl, Back Home Blog,  Wake up Tired, and Life is Funny, I suck and I know it. Each of you beautiful babes was so incredibly kind to share the love when your awesome blogs were awarded the recognition they deserve. Each of you wonderful women contacted me and were all, “Hey! … Continue reading

One Teacher’s Wish List

After almost 10 years in the business of education, I’ve witnessed a lot: a student using my classroom phone to schedule her abortion; a parent’s tirade during a conference that ended in her slapping her 16-year-old son upside the head and him crying; a lovely young man crashing through my classroom window as a result … Continue reading