For the uneducated here's a definition from the Urban Dictionary: A BitchGirl is seemingly normal and usually very nice, but when drunk gets angry and flies into sudden, unpredictable tantrums or rages. Usually used to describe an angry, drunken, alter ego and while in this state should only be addressed as such. Can often be found wandering the streets of Scranton … [Read more...] about BitchGirl For Hire – Nobody Will Read This Shit Anyway
This is from a lesson learned the hard way. Most definitely falls under words of wisdom! … [Read more...] about Today’s Words of Wisdom
Life in a House of Testosterone participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Moms Rule. I received a promotional item to thank me for participating. All opinions stated are my own. I couldn't wait to have children when I was 20. I imagined having three or four kids running around, being each other's best friend, worshiping the ground that I … [Read more...] about Moms Rule – Surviving Motherhood with Laughter Instead of Prozac
I've had a difficult time relating to my boys in the 15 years that they have been on this earth. Everything just came more natural with my daughter, simply because she was a girl I suppose. There have been days where I just didn't get them you know? Over the past several years, I have watched each of them grow into the young men that they are becoming. I want to be a part of … [Read more...] about How Zombies and Screams Gave Me a Mom Moment
Many thanks to Depend for sponsoring today’s story and encouraging people to #DropYourPants for #Underwareness. I Want You to #DropYourPants for #Underwareness STOP! JUST STOP! That's something that over 65 million Americans say every day. It's called bladder leakage (or as I like to refer to it - a leaky hooha) and it is nothing to be ashamed about. … [Read more...] about Leaky Hoohas and the #DropYourPants for #Underwareness Bladder Leakage Movement by Depend
I know that I'm going to get an additional list of school supplies that the boys' need the first week of school. That is just a given, as individual teachers require additional items for their classrooms that are not on the standard list that comes out from the school itself. High school however, is going to kill me. Jonathan brought home his algebra syllabus the other day - … [Read more...] about Algebra Concepts and the TI-84 Calculator are Going to Kill Me
My kids are funny and will say (and do) the funniest things at times. Last night, watching Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix with the teenager, we had a heated discussion about which episode was coming up next. I tweeted what he told me: My teen just said "I hate having to explain stuff to old people" while watching #KitchenNightmares. I've officially reached old status. Joy. — … [Read more...] about My Kids Are Funny
For years, the eldest son has "tortured" his younger brother. You know how brothers are - constantly picking at each other, hiding toys, clothing, food, anything they can to rile up the other. Well when Tre finally got his hands on some sour gummy worms and Jonathan wanted some ... the epic brother battle ensued! It shall go down in history that on Wednesday, March 12, 2014, … [Read more...] about Epic Brother Battle
I don't know how in the hell I did this 12 years ago. I have apparently lost touch with my inner super mom after being a stay-at-home mom for the past 11 to 12 years. Getting up at 5:30 a.m. and spending an hour online before getting ready for work, then waking the kids up and getting them and hubby off to school / work, and then heading off to work myself. Normally I would … [Read more...] about I Was a Working Mom Outside the Home for A Day
I am addicted to Gordon Ramsey. Not only do I love the accent, but I adore how he just yells at everyone and says exactly what's on his mind when you screw something up. Apart from the accent, reminds me of hubby at times ha ha ha! I am a huge fan of Kitchen Nightmares, Hell's Kitchen, Hotel Hell - you name it - if Gordon Ramsey is in it, I'm watching. I adore some of the … [Read more...] about Chef Ramsey Tells It Like It Is
Sharing an old post from Friday, July 29, 2005 with my readers. J. was 5 years old at the time and T. was 2 years old. We were on our way out of town for the day, taking a drive down to Willoughby Spit in Virginia to the pier for some ocean and sand and fishing. I think any parent has felt the full wrath of "the scream" when attempting a road trip or a packed day of errand … [Read more...] about The Scream
This is what I've been dealing with today ... with the testosterone carriers ... all of them. Seriously just want to flush the entire day away. The email is screwing up, the internet is spotty, and life just feels like the toilet bowl needs a serious flushing right about now but the flush thingy is busted. Yeah. It's been one of THOSE days. Can you relate? … [Read more...] about Would Somebody Please Fix My Toilet Flusher Thingy?
It does not matter if you are the World’s Greatest Mother or the mom who can’t stand kids - including her own. There are ALWAYS going to be frustrations with parenting our children in one form or another. No matter how hard you try, no matter how much you preach, discipline, rant or rave - there is always going to be that one thing that will just continue to frustrate the hell … [Read more...] about Parenting Frustrations and a Free Printable
Marty J. McMole, Sr., 2, of Mechanicsville, Virginia, a retired engineer with Tunnels-R-Us, husband of Martha McMole, passed away on Wednesday, February 6, 2013. Marty was killed in a hunting accident when Mollyanna Wright was patrolling the apartment grounds and came upon Mr. McMole completing one of his complex tunnels. Ms. Wright grabbed Mr. McMole by the behind and in a … [Read more...] about Marty J. McMole, Sr., Dead, Age 2
Yes people, we have a new resident who has moved into the 7187 building space. He’s very shy, only comes out and about at night when nobody else is around so that he doesn’t have to deal with people or their pets. He’s very anti-social if you ask me - but I’m not one to judge mind you. Just that I’m the type of person who enjoys getting to know who … [Read more...] about We Have a New Resident at 7187 – Meet Marty McMole!
They are not going to make it through the summer – and they are not even out of school yet. Still have one more week of school to go, they get out next Friday. Either they are going to need some serious intervention from Dr. Phil or the good doctor is going to have me on a show entitled, “When Moms Finally Crack and Go Postal.” The … [Read more...] about Instead of 911 I Need Dial Dr. Phil!