The Next Doctor Who 

I leave my son alone for just a minute and return to him telling me that the new doctor who is here. In case you are wondering, the next Doctor who is…… Godzilla.  

That’s some good parenting right there.

Have a great weekend and go watch some Doctor Who or your favorite Godzilla movie! 


You gotta laugh at the bad stuff 

When I got off work last night, I got in my car and checked my phone. I had received a text from my husband that read along the lines of

We have a f***ing leak in the wall of the house 

That is EXACTLY what you want to come home to late at night in the middle of a work week.

I came home and there is water all over the garage floor (great, if it freezes again we can ice skate in the garage) and my husband is cutting into a wall.

After making the wall into Swiss cheese, we found that the insulation in that wall is soaked and moldy, and appears to extend up to the ceiling.


So it’s 9:30, 10 at night, I have no clothes for my workday the next day, no way to take a shower, a sink full of dirty dishes, trying to find our homeowners insurance information to figure out what to do.

We have never had anything like this happen and we weren’t sure how to proceed.

These are the things they should be teaching in high school! What to do when your water breaks(and not because your pregnant). 

So we called Jake at State Farm.

Ok, my claims guy is Joe but that’s close enough. Still starts with a j.

Which leads me to this morning, no sleep, sharing a bed with my children (which means I have about 6 inches of bed to myself), washing my hair with body wash  (I forgot my shampoo), unshaven (forgot my razor), no make up (forgot my makeup), and in the same clothes as yesterday.

Deal with it people.

If I have to share a bed, at least it is with these cuties

I have no idea what the next few weeks may bring, but I trying know we will make it through. I may be makeup less, my hair may end up like crap, and I may be unshaven, but I am here, alive, and relatively heathy

I cried last night out of frustration and irritation, but today, I’m choosing to laugh.

Because crying over it doesn’t fix it and it just gives me puffy eyes. Which trust me, doesn’t do you any favors when you aren’t wearing makeup

It will get fixed, it will just take time, and I am remembering to be grateful it is just one small area, and not the entire house like my neighbors…..

So laugh when things go wrong, especially all in a row (‘cuz this isn’t even HALF of the week I have had) and have a great day!

Winter in the Pacific North West- The Apocalypse is Coming! 

We don’t tend to get much snow in the Pacific Northwest, but when we do, pretty much everything is late start or shut down.

Light dusting of snow? Everything will be opening 2 hours late. An inch of snow predicted? Quick, everyone run to the store an stock up, the apocalypse is coming!

We aren’t like the Midwest or east coast who know how to continue to function with snow on the ground.

The snow came yesterday, which made the kiddos happy to no end. But as an adult, it kinda screws up any plans you may have had.

This is especially hard on working parents with kids in school as they suddenly have kids home for the day, no babysitter, and most of them are still expected to be at work.

That’s not what my problem is today though. My problem, by comparison, is not much of a problem. But it’s a disappointment.

I had planned on getting my hair cut, have been thinking about it for a LONG time, and FINALLY made an appointment.

The appointment had been set for today. But yesterday, before there was even a light dusting on the ground, my husband starts freaking out about today’s appointment (this is how bad we all freak out about snow and ice).

First is was “your not going”. Then it was “we will pack up the kids and I will take you”. Which is nice, only then we are putting the kids in danger, just so I can get a haircut.

I held out hope that it would warm up.

So this morning, I figured, ok I will run to the store (a block from my house) and see how the road is to determine if I will make my appointment.

I go out to my car, walking on frozen snow. And I find this.

That is about a quarter inch of ice, freezing my door handle shut. This is what ALL of my door handles look like.

So to be on the safe side, I’m going to attempt to reschedule my appointment for tomorrow, once they decide to answer their phone.

And on the bright side, I get the whole day at home with the family, catching up on homeschool after the holidays, and maybe starting a new painting.


Getting to spend the day with this little punk, total WIN

Have a great day and be safe out there!