In My Daughter’s Eyes i’m gonna Sing, Sing, Sing on the Chattanooga Choo Choo with Teenage Daughters

How are we already halfway through November? How?! Only a week-and-a-half to Thanksgiving – I love this time of year. Yesterday (well, today if you’re reading this Sunday evening) was Princess Nagger’s birthday. She turned thirteen! How on god’s green … Continue reading

Mother Like Mine is Somebody’s Hero – In My Daughter’s Eyes Mama’s Song isn’t Mama’s Broken Heart!

Another gorgeous weekend has come to an end – hope all you mothers and mother wannabe’s had a great Mother’s Day yesterday. I certainly did. I’ll fill you in on the details tomorrow. And now it’s Monday – the most … Continue reading

Born This Way which means I Have Friends In Low Places, but I find solace In My Daughter’s Eyes while she does the Minecraft Style to my Momisms with a Parent Rap

Here we are, racing towards mid-March, and only 9 days until spring.  You regular readers will know how much I love snow, and how Mother Nature completely went crazy giving everyone else snow this past winter except us.  Sorry to … Continue reading

In My Daughter’s Eyes, I am a Guardian – where My Best Days Are Ahead Of Me Just Fishin’ while I Catch My Breath

I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving weekend.  Ours was pretty low key aside from me cooking a ginormous feast that we all enjoyed.  I love Thanksgiving leftovers – for some reason, as leftovers go, those particular ones don’t … Continue reading

In My Daughter’s Eyes, This One’s For The Girls and Teenage Daughters – just Turn On the Radio! (MMMM)

August is such a bittersweet month – it marks the winding down of summer as last minute vacations are taken before school starts – not to mention the flurry of getting things ready for the start of school.  You know, … Continue reading

Happy Birthday Princess Nagger – Monday’s Music Moves Me

Today is a very special day – Princess Nagger turns 8!  Where in the world has the time gone?  It’s hard to imagine that eight years have gone by, it seems like this moment was only yesterday: Walking, talking, teething, … Continue reading