October 7, 2013 by Heather
You know it’s been a little bit since your last blog post when WordPress makes you re-enter all of your login stuff.
Is anyone else just kind of, I don’t know, over social media? It’s started to really exhaust me lately. Like, I feel like I am required to check Facebook and make sure I know such and such about so and so. I kind of miss the days when we didn’t all know each others’ business. I mean, people who are relatively strangers to me in real life, I am friends with on Facebook and I see them at the grocery store or something and I know their intimate life details. I know his grandfather just passed away, or that maybe her husband sent her flowers or ticked her off because he got home late last night. I have seen what she looks like in the midst of giving birth. Yet I don’t know her well enough to actually stop and say hello. Does this weird anyone else out?
Obviously, I only add fuel to the know-everyone’s-business fire by posting all of my ridiculousness on here, but whatever. I will admit though that it is kind of freaky whenever I am talking to people and they ask about something I wrote on my blog, like something Parker did or whatever. And I shouldn’t find it freaky because I mean, come on, I’m the one putting it out there. But it’s still freaky. Whatever. Just, whatever.
New life motto: Just, whatever.
We went to the library this morning, and wouldn’t you know.. they had a stuffed cat. I am going to need to obtain one of these things, STAT. You hear me? ASAP. I had to totally hide it while Parker wasn’t looking just so we could leave with our new books in a halfway quiet library kind of way.
I know, I know. You are wondering why our cat-obsessed child does not already own a stuffed cat. I don’t have a good answer, so why don’t you go ahead and buy him one.
Happy Monday to you & yours.
P.S. I really wanted to title this post “Puss in Books,” you know, like Puss in Boots. Buuuut I didn’t. You’re welcome, whoever might be offended by that title idea.