My good friend The Empress also had me giggling.
She was the latest to host a terribly tacky sequined purse who goes by the name of Pursey Galore. Pursey is serving as the ambassador for a year-long fund raiser for the American Stroke Association. You can read about her indescretions and romantic triste here.
I will be hosting her in the new year, and am now a little worried about the example Pursey will be setting for my three daughters.
You've been warned, it reads a little like a Harlequin Romance.
This quote shared by a friend on Facebook:
"What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly."
The beautiful balmy fall weather we are continuing to enjoy.
Every day without snow is a gift.
This post called Enough Already. Even Nice People Snap by Parenting By Dummies describes how Dumb Mum is feeling about her eldest boy growing up.
It made me laugh.... a few times.
While I do not have to introduce one of the gentleman in this video to any of my Canadian readers, for those from across the border or pond, he is Canadian Icon Rick Mercer from the Mercer Report, where he shares his weekly Rants; this one... about bullying.
He is, as far as I can tell, the epitomy of Canadian humour, although the message here is a serious one.
He is very smart, very clever and loves to laugh at himself.
A top favourite here at Bungalow'56
I hope the teenager or middle school child that desperately needs to see and hear this message... does.
See you in two sleeps... maybe three.
I am already looking forward to next week here at Bungalow'56... where the fun just never ends.
Because my kids tell me I'm not really.
Weird maybe, but they won't admit to fun.
So this weekend... I am fun mom.
On a mission.
I'll be back in two, to fill you in.
I know washing dishes is fun!
And sorting laundry?
and flossing your teeth, that's for sure a roll on the floor guffaw moment right there.
I've got the whole weekend covered : )
The kids are going to have a blast!
PS If you haven't read Pioneer Women's retrospective today... do yourself a favour and enjoy a few smiles and maybe even a giggle or two.