you have to be very intentional with the upkeep or, like my old rug, it's going to end up all beat up and raggedy, and you're going to want to toss it out into your garage with the other junk you don't want anymore.
Forcing pieces to fit never made a pretty puzzle and relationships, I've found, are the same way.
the fact that everything was new wasn't even the most appealing part of this blossoming relationship, it's that it all felt old like the perfectly worn in sweatshirt we all reach for on lazy Saturdays. And I knew.
I had sincerely hoped to be one of those women who just love being pregnant. Pregnancy is getting to participate in the miracle of life, what is there not to love, right? Alas, I have a confession to make and I'm learning to cope with it: I do not enjoy being pregnant. At 34 weeks pregnant, it's safe to say … Continue reading Confessions of an Expectant Momma
I had originally intended to write a post detailing my funniest experiences during my 7 years in staffing in honor of getting a new job, but humor will have to wait. Instead, I decided to blog about my sappy how-I-met-my-husband story because today marks 3 years love, bickering, and laughter with Mr. Cooper! Where do … Continue reading Three Years of Coopnasty
Mr. Cooper and I are total opposites in many ways, and a lot of people were surprised when we ended up together for that reason. I'm an extreme introvert, he's outgoing. He partied in high school, I read a lot of books at home. He loves Italian food, I prefer Chinese. I'm terrified of bugs/mice/etc. … Continue reading The War on Mice