Monthly Archives: October 2012

Teefs

I’m really not sure why we as a species need so damn many teeth. Charlotte has been teething forever and there’s still no sign of anything breaking through.  We know she’s teething, because she’s chewing on everything.  It’s sort of like having … Continue reading

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The official diagnosis

I finally sucked it up and went to the doctor.  I tried to stand up yesterday and it felt like my back was tearing apart.  I could barely walk for a few hours, so I called my doctor for an … Continue reading

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Suck it up, Buttercup.

While those of you upright US citizens are watching the debate tonight, I’ll be sleeping. SNL can fill me in on the debate. Yup, we are still sickly.  I’m feeling better, although I almost called a woman at the grocery … Continue reading

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Llama Fever

It’s been a week. Just when I was starting to get back to semi-regular blogging, the baby got the flu.  Actually, we both got the flu. My husband was complaining of feeling feverish and sick last Sunday, but I kind … Continue reading

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My brush with fame, or why I’m not allowed out in public unsupervised

I am a tremendous dork. Case in point: my obsession with Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I have seen the entire series at least three times through (and Angel almost twice through) and I can name the entire cast and an … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: The Great Suffering of the Pitch Cat

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Reasons my husband is ashamed to be seen with me

1. The following conversation about Halloween decorations on a neighbor’s house: Me: Hey, is that tree decorated with Star Wars characters? Him: What? Me: Oh, never mind.  I couldn’t see that skull looking one in the back very well and … Continue reading

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