“There’s only one way to eat leftover fried chicken and that is cold. Stop asking me if I want it heated up. Blasphemer.” I love that man. He pushes all the right buttons.
I like many Doug expressions, bit my current favorite is the one he makes when his teen daughter pivots on her heel and walks away from him. Bewilderment Doug is hilarious.
For some reason, I decided the husband needed to read one of the books I love. Maybe I thought it would alleviate the guilt I feel about my paperback hobby. I definitely thought it would be fun to finally have someone to talk to about books and authors. I contemplated which book he would be […]
Somewhere in my husband’s brain, the code for cleaning has been overwritten by the code for home repair and renovation projects can be fixed only by HopkinsandPorter.com. Can someone please patch it with a holiday loophole to correct this program on major holidays?
The husband is working from home this week. A photo posted by Cathy McCaughan (@cathymccaughan) on Nov 17, 2016 at 8:03am PST
He: “Why does the wall calendar say Doctor Who on the 23rd?”
It’s been a few years since I left you to solo parent, so here are a few things to remember while I’m away for the weekend. Boogie wipes are not an acceptable alternative to bathing. The children require food more than once a day. If SuperTween’s outfit causes you to raise an eyebrow, make her […]
There is no “R” at the end of idea no matter how many times he gives a speech about conservation of letters. It is an IDEA and not an idear. That extra r is for me ROLLING my eyes.
Doug – “I need camping shirts, camping socks, *camping this and camping that, no, I won’t need any of my printed t-shirts. I will need a new camera, a new hat, trekking poles, stuff sacks and a portable sink.” Noah – “These Dockers are too small, so I’m packing them for my one pair of […]