Monday, August 11, 2008

ahhh... youth... age... alzheimer's,,,

Sometimes, I think that I am still 12.
I push everyone's buttons until my kids (OMG - I have kids?!) are wound up and Daddyman is pissed off.

It's really fun!

We've been married 11 years. Go figure. I guess all of the button pushing doesn't keep him from sticking around...

I've got to go and figure out where Daddyman is right now. There are some serious buttons to be pushed!


Angela Williams Duea said...

Oh, grow up!! :)

Rose said...

Thanks for checking in! As our computer is on the fritz, and I never got around to adding a blogroll to my blog, I'm missing some of my blog friends. Since you commented, I could find you! You sound like you're having a fabulous summer too! Being grateful is the state I always strive to be in, but sometimes it's easier than others. It's also what I strived to teach my daughters, because I believe that gratefulness is the root of contentment. You cannot be content unless you are grateful. Thanks for sharing your journey.

Patti said...

hehe. you mean button pushing like insisting that i am the younger sister? that kind?!

love it.

and oh yeah, you have kids!

by Johanna Brandvik said...

you are a beauty!

finding your husband so that you may push buttons...too kinky!


Galadriel Thompson said...

Oh Ahna you look so beautiful and young! Every day I have to remind myself that I have successfully gone through puberty.

You and me sister, we've got some of the same "frights." I have to keep it all together for the kids when I walk up or down the stairs in the dark. If I have to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night I have to open the shower curtain and leave it open while I'm in there. I think it is so adorable that Daddyman opens his arms to catch you!