I love the idea of a blog party. It’s like having an open house without the happy hostess face.
If I lived in the Deep South, like I’ve always wanted to, I’d be serving sweet tea on my porch. But I don’t. Come to think of it, I’ve never visited the Deep South, but I’m sure they serve sweet tea. I live in central Ohio where we recently were dealt record snowfall during what is being creatively billed by the weather community as "The Blizzard of 2008." Those meteorologists are pithy bunch.
Over 20 inches of snow fell and blew and blew and fell. It’s the most we’ve had since 1910, which I can barely remember.
So instead of having a spring themed party, we’re going to have a Snow Party. Sledding,
snowball fights, two-headed snowmen,
get to know our snow dog Sascha,
drift diving, and *possibly a snow sculpture or two.
.. Afterward, we’ll warm our hands and sip hot chocolate by the fireplace. Sure, it might sound good in December, but it’s almost Easter! Imagine going to Easter services in thermal underwear!
Anyway, any party which requires no cleaning, I’m all for. I especially like visiting other blog parties because I can go in my pajamas. I’d love to get to know other moms. The less perfect you are, the more we’ll have in common.
I don't really write about any one thing in particular, although my favorite posts are about our minivan; mainly for the humiliation factor.
As you can see, I've cobbled together this blog and it looks like my 7 year old is my technical advisor. If you want to leave a technical tip or help, that would be wonderful!
Thanks for visiting!
*I'm not responsible for this sculpture. Some of my students did this, it's pretty fantastic.