Happily Ever After isn't anything like we thought it would be. Two decades and five children later we're still surprised by what life throws at us. Keeping up with the Joneses has never been easier than now. We set the bar hysterically low.
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Is This Mic On?
At breakfast this morning Enzo said, "I lost my lunch box and I don't think it is coming back this time". So today I dedicated a few moments of my completely open schedule to picking up a new lunch box for the boy. My mother joined me on this mission. She needed some make up and milk, which she totally forgot. I grabbed a copy of The Chatham Press, a little local paper and flipped through it as we walked through the parking lot. I saw a picture of a girl I took dance classes with when I was a little girl.
"Mom, Kate is the new post master", I relayed.
My mother looked concerned and then confused. She asked, "What is a toast master?"
Now, I think fifty is a little young to be thinking about long term care but maybe it is time.