Even if you do not have kids-Happy Mother's Day!
You could go find a hobo, or a random furry creature, hold them against your bosom and get your mothering on!
Honestly, I prefer holding scaly or slimy creatures to my bosom. Less fleas and I think they're cuter.
This Mother's Day is turning out to be pretty good.
I got bee themed Mother's Day cards from the kids:
My cankle is slowly being absorbed back into my body:
It's kind of sad. I was liking the whole, "Get yer hot cankles heah!"
G purchased new tank furniture for the newest inmate of our menagerie.
I'll keep you in suspense-we'll talk tomorrow. But I will say I really like her and was happy I didn't have to go out and buy the furniture.
V also got sick last night. I sent him to bed with a cold facecloth and the big green bowl, which has been working overtime as a tub for the hot cankle.
That boy vomited in the bowl and went back to bed. No mess anywhere, just in the bowl. No frantic calls of, "I'm gonna puke!"
I will take that as a special Mother's Day gift from a son to his mother.
My gift to you, my dear readers, for Mother's Day, is that I will spare you any gory photos of the vomit.
Although it is quiet hard to believe that a child would actually make it to the bucket without a hysterical parent shoving the bowl under his chin every 5 seconds shouting, "In the bucket! In the bucket!"
There is hope and light out there after all!
Happy Mother's Day!
Now go out and find that lucky hobo.