We bought a house in rural Michigan sight-unseen off the internet. My husband quit his job in California and we moved our kids across the country. Dogs. Goats. Chickens. Homeschooling. Crazy. I like my sacraments Catholic and my beer cold.
I feel like being pregnant turns me into a honey badger (link not safe for kids. Or people who don't like swearing. Like really. But man it makes me laugh....). Or MORE of a honey badger. Or something. I can't post anything or write anything because all I can think is "Ugh! That article made me so mad! What an unabridged douche canoe that dude is!" (I used that exact phrase, "unabridged douche canoe," on facebook the other day and it was a huge hit, so I'm feeling like...you know...if it ain't broke, no repairs necessary and all that. Okay fine, along with being honey badger, my brain is made of cheesecloth. Total inability to think of new material.)
As foreshadowed in Monday's post, the crappiness has continued this week with a four day lull between my visits to ye olde blog. Mea culpa!
Did you know it got spring up in this piece? It totally did! Mr. Camera came with me outside on Wednesday morning (because God is being so so so so merciful to me with this pregnancy that the 2nd trimester is actually.....wait for it....bringing some relief from the barfy sleepiness. Can you believe it? I thought that thing was a total lie!) and I snagged a couple of shots of what's going on in the yards:
Because I am a slacking procrastinator (there's nothing as productive as the last minute, friends) I never plan ahead for the Theme Thursday posts. This is probably why it's also good that I don't host my own regular link-up or anything. I'd be all "Oh, was that today? Think anyone will notice?" Honest. So lame.
Anyway. Thankfully the theme today is "play" so I walked outside and decided to take a picture of the first kid I saw.
Well, the first kid I saw was just sitting in a chair eating an apple and since this is my game and I do what I want, I CHANGED the rule