It’s Time for Saying Goodbye

Yes, the time has come.

I have been consistently blogging since August and I knew this day would be here eventually.

Blogging has slowly made its way lower on my priority list the past few months.

Today, I am both happy and sad to announce that I am taking a long break.

We’re closing on a house (hopefully) in a few weeks and there is packing, unpacking, painting, etc to be done.

This will consume a lot of the next half-year or so.

Then, there’s this baby coming in October.

I hope to resume blogging after we get settled with baby #2, but I don’t know that it will ever be the same.

Thanks to the few of you that have been consistent in reading and commenting, it really meant a lot.

I will keep the site live and if you’re going through withdrawals you can read through the archives :)

I will be posting more on my twitter and facebook account so follow me there if you don’t already to keep up with us.


Facetious Friday: Not My Comic

What I was Thinking Thursday: Random Image Test

WIWTT has become mundane and I don’t want to start repeating myself.

My solution is to take a random photo from the internet and take a guess at what the photographer or subject was thinking.











It’ time for everyone to get involved.

Please share in the comments what you think the photographer was thinking.

I’ll start things off…

Wednesdays with Adah: 4.6.11

Last week Michael and I went out and left Adah with our good friends Matt and Tisha.

Adah had a great time and was still cracking up at Matt when we got home.

Here is some video footage of that night:

What’s got you cracking up lately?

Smarten Up! Monday: Autism Awareness

April is Autism awareness month.

We’ve all heard of Autism and its various forms, but unless you’ve experienced someone who has autism, you probably don’t know much about it.

There is so much information out there about Autism, but you can start by reading about it here.

Here are some quick facts:

Austism affects 1 in 110 children.

Autism affects 1 in 70 boys.

1 to 1.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder.

The cost of autism over the lifespan is 3.2 million dollars per person.

If you’d like to donate to the Autism Society please do so here.

Facetious Friday: Snooki Inspires College Students

Rutgers University just spent $32,000 to have Snooki from MTV’s Jersey Shore speak on campus.

I am proud to say I have never watched that show, even after its recent addition to Netflix Instant.

I do watch enough enough tv though, to know that’s ridiculous.

What’s next?

Brigham Young University pays Ozzy Osbourne $45,000 to eat a live bat during convocation.
Morehouse Universityadds Kathy Griffin to their payroll as an admission counselor.
Liberty University elects Satan as chairman of the board.
Duke University chooses Tyler Hansbrough as their next head basketball coach.

Your Turn.

What I was Thinking Thursday: Wall and Marker

Little Ginger was caught in the act scribbling with a marker on her bedroom wall.

Mom was upset, to say the least.

She asked Ginger, “what were you thinking?”

Ginger replied, as any kid would, “I don’t know.”

Here is what Ginger was really thinking:

I want to draw pictures like Daddy.
He gets to hang his pictures on his office wall.
Why doesn’t Daddy just draw on the wall?
I could show him how, I think it would be easy.
I will surprise Daddy by showing him on my wall.
He will be so happy to see it when he gets home.
This is so much fun.
Daddy would think its fun.
Cindy would think its fun.
Mommy would…


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