Ah, brilliant, got it! Thank you :)
Ah, brilliant, got it! Thank you :)
Hey there - I almost never come on SNS anymore, but I was having a skim on my commute into work and had to respond to yours (hopefully you see this, I know I’m late!). I was where you are almost exactly a year ago, and it’s a really lonely place. I had a D&C for a miscarriage at 12 weeks, and it was devastating. First… Read more
I swear you’ve said before that your Etsy seller name was Cranky Cross-stitcher, but I can never find you! Your stuff is hilarious and I’d love to buy some if only I could locate your page. What am I getting wrong?
I am clumsy as hell. There is literally no way that would end well for me, or my wardrobe.
Same, I won’t touch Amazon for make up. I was about to order some pre-natal vitamins from them as I hadn’t had time to pop by the local pharmacy (which is conveniently open from 8-5:30, which happen to also be my working hours). I scrolled down just to have a skim of the reviews, and almost all of them were… Read more
Completely agree. It’s really weird to me that people return make up because they decided they just didn’t like it after opening and using. You win some, you lose some, when trying out new products. It’s hardly the company’s fault if you thought you’d look great in Red Flame number six, but as it turns out you’re more… Read more
That makes me feel a little sick. Nothing wrong with a size four, or a six, or a 12, etc., but to intentionally make them thinner for no reason is just....Ugh. Loved those books as a kid, what a shame.
It’s a UK10. Brit sizes are two up from American ones, usually.
Please tell me that you’re joking!
Yeah, after my miscarriage, with the second pregnancy (17 weeks along now!), we didn’t tell anyone until for ages, even though it was painfully obvious to all of our friends (I suddenly stopped drinking, dropped caffeine, and took on the green-ish pallor one normally associates with vomiting). They all knew by the… Read more
That is a delightful story, thank you! I chuckled out loud.
My dog’s favorite snack is peas. It’s bizarre. I dropped a bunch of frozen peas on the floor the other night (freezer mishap), and he had them all hovered up by the time I turned around with a paper towel. (I want to stress that we feed him proper dog food! He just really enjoys chasing peas that get dropped on the… Read more
He pondered it for hours before curiosity finally got the better of him!
That was my positive take away as well!
That was my take away as well! Owning a llama is my lifelong dream and I must have more information to live vicariously through her.
I happened across the Duggar family (the one with the bazillion children) filming their show once, years ago. When I got home, I told my male roommate about seeing them, then I did some googling to find out WHY they had all those kids. Roommate was cooking dinner, so I gave him a synopsis. “Apparently they were… Read more
Many years back, when I was a teenage surprise hippopotamus, on Easter morning, my mom was approaching the table with a giant bowl full of piping hot creamed chipped beef (similar to country gravy you pour over biscuits if you’re unfamiliar). My little brother, who would’ve been about seven at the time, happened to… Read more
My mother has the exact same driving style. She doesn’t drink, so in theory she makes an excellent designated driver. But on multiple occasions, other family members have made the decision to remain sober to avoid getting in the car with her. The last time he was in the car with her, my hard-as-nails-ex-soldier… Read more
Old Mortal here is actually a guy, but he loves to speak for women.
He really does look uncomfortable to the point of pain. Poor baby. I found myself wishing at least Melania could have been beside him instead of Trump. I always feel bad for White House kids, regardless of who their parents are or what they stand for - but Barron seems especially vulnerable from what little we’ve seen… Read more