Showing posts from April, 2010

What I've learned this weekend

If scientist find an abandoned cub, they will rub him down with vicks vapo rub and put him in another mother's den while she is sleeping. When she wakes up, all she will smell is the vapo rub, and will lick all the cubs clean, and by the time she is done, they will all smell like her, and she will take them all as her own. 16 oz of spinach, 2 banannas, one apple (not peeled but cored), 2 oz of honey, 8 oz of vanilla yogurt, 16 oz of milk, blended together, make a delicious smoothie, and the kids are oblivious to the healthiness of it! WOOO HOO! You can add zuccini, squash, carrots, and spinach to regular spaghetti sauce, and your kiddos will not notice! Those plastic thingamajigs that you wear when it's raining suck. Walking around the zoo wet is no fun. Seeing your son smile at the animals makes the lack of fun completely worth it. Bret Michaels is still recovering but not much better. Whole wheat spaghetti is a little more dense, but good! Cockroaches can live for 9

What I've learned today 4-16-2009

Now now...what an adventurous week...I've definitely learned more than I ever wanted, but one cannot be choosy when learning...all things, even those which you find most painful...will only help you become the person God wishes you to be. Lets start with silliness shall we? A mattress can only handle six months of pee before essentially dissentegrating. You can buy piss proof cots for your little pisser at on Amazon. Amazon by the way, I must tell you, has been such a godsend to me in the past few months! My wide eyes kitten is either profoundly retarded or very interested in my bathroom, come pee and see, lol. Painting a mildewed door takes four days, to do one side. But wow it looks awesome! On one side anyway. Rocky's pizza is full of teeny boppers who are more interested in their multicolored hair than what I want for dinner and I will NEVER EVER EVER GO BACK! Electrocution feels amazing on broken ankles. My true friends are far too far away from me.

My sweet Weezy

Weezy was tiny, he had always been tiny. When he was born, his mama pushed him to the side to die. She ignored him. He got smaller and smaller before I came in. I refused to accept that he was disposable. I wrapped him up in a washcloth, and tucked him into my bra, think what you may, ya'll know I don't have nothing fillin up my bra anyway, hahaha! Never the less, he was tiny and cold, and I carried him around, even to meetings, and no one noticed. He was so small. Every two hours I fed him a dropper full of cat formula. He would hear my footsteps on the stairs and begin crying for me. He knew I would take care of him. By and by, he got bigger, he graduated to regular cat food and the occasional mouse. He was ok. Today I let him out like any other. He loved to chase my Granny's birds. He never caught any, but he sure tried. He was a cat in a kitten body. So, I had gone to let Miss Mia Wallce go to school, and came home just in time for lunch. I saw Weezy across the road.