Bad choices make good stories, or how my 13 year old son bought a yacht.

Teenagers can be fun. Especially when they mess up. Continue reading Bad choices make good stories, or how my 13 year old son bought a yacht.

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Enjoy the silence

Sharing has become so much harder. I started this blog as one of those mom blogs, including pictures of my kids. But when the news hits you with pedofile networks downloading those kinds of pictures to get their kick on, it starts me thinking.┬áJunior has now turned full-on teenager on me and would hate me to share anything personal. Mini is now a real kid with his own recognizable features.┬áThat picture of them doing stupid stuff, may back fire on them in future thanks to the that facial recognition software that I find so useful now. And now new privacy … Continue reading Enjoy the silence

You

Yes, you. I’m talking to you. I know you’re reading this although you claim to dislike social media and stuff. You’re so obsessively secretive about your private life but you love peeking into others’ life, don’t you? And you especially can’t stop messing with ours. I want you to know this. It’s you. It’s all you. It’s all in your twisted head in your lonely world. You are so desperate for love and attention that you destroy anyone – ANYONE – to get it. You are sick.  And everything you tell yourself that you are, you’re not. You, you are … Continue reading You

Transformation vs renovation

After haggling comes hassle. Getting a great price almost immediate means discussions about added costs when remodeling. What to do? A little cynical response to this week’s one word prompt by WordPress.com. Okay builders now let’s do transformation, cause I pay Okay builders now let’s do transformation, cause I pay Do you work hard at this renovation, cause I pay Pay big for this to be terminated. Continue reading Transformation vs renovation