Lightbulbs: Friday Confession

I am absolutely terrified of changing light bulbs. Simply handling glass that thin and knowing that it contains a swirl of poison inside sends me into fits. I change light bubs on occasion, but really I’d rather sit in the dark than handle them. I feel my pulse race, I can hear my heartbeat and first I’m cold, then I sweat. Snakes don’t scare me, people don’t scare me, heights are not an issue, but a light bulb, that is scary.

Friday Confession: The High Road Is For Bitches And Sissies

Earlier this week a review site strung me up. The review of this blog was a good ole fashioned skewering, but the reviewer was thoughtful and still kind. He says we are stripes and plaid; I say we are dessert and gravy, both yummy, neither particularly necessary. I get it. Their points are valid. Maybe I’m not a Mommy Blogger. That is entirely possible, and clearly they’re not my target audience, but hey, I wanted the feedback, and even more. I wanted the traffic. There. I said it. It’s good …

Friday Confession: Speeding Cars, Lawyers and Me

The Friday Confessions are gettingĀ  more difficult for me. The sad reality is that almost every misstep of mine has been well chronicled. I would be a miserable criminal, because were I to successfully rob a bank, I’d feel compelled to show you how. Which brings me to my confession. In my Junior year of college there was an impromptu road trip to Vegas. From Colorado. Sadly, we’d decided to drive to Vegas the weekend before final exams. (Yes, I know…) Since my major was in the sciences I was …

Friday Confession

I’m a 39 year old woman who doesn’t wear makeup. It’s not that I don’t want to, it’s that I don’t know how and the only thing I own is some Maybelline Mascara and a tube of lipstick from CVS. It’s pitiful really.

Friday Confessions

You know those indoor playgrounds? When Alexander was crawling and Jane was three and a half, I’d bring them there, curl up in a corner and go to sleep. Sometimes I’d wake myself up from snoring so deeply. It it still the best money I’ve ever spent. Confess.