Husband Archives - Evolved Mommy
It may seem hard to believe, but we don’t spend enough time watching TV. As a family, I mean. Sure, it’s on. A. Lot. But it’s usually just on in the background. HGTV serves as a soundtrack to our Saturdays. …
Those of you who are local Arkansans reading my blog have certainly heard of the tragic loss of local TV anchor Matt Turner. He was in a car accident and leaves behind a wife Julee and 10-month-old baby girl.
Last year a story about a monkey taking self-portraits made national news. The pictures are really pretty impressive, and there was some question as to whether or not they were faked.
Earlier Steve and Charlie were hanging out in the …
Easter 2012 included family, friends, food, a helicopter and bird poop. Hallelujah!
I had a great plan for this week. It all started on Monday with an elliptical workout at the gym, an early morning date with a Tae Bo DVD Tuesday, a quick trip to Little Rock Tuesday afternoon, followed by a great Pilates class Wednesday, then on to the Blissdom blogging conference where I would do the 7 am fitness class Friday & Saturday.
It’s not that I screwed up in any big way. This post is about
A couple years ago I posted a pretty decent rant about Steve’s addiction to Apple products and some new contraption called the iPantyLiner. There was absolutely no way I was going to let him spend hundreds of dollars on another piece of gadgetry just because Apple freakin’ rocks at marketing and he’s one of their mindless followers.
Not really sure what I was getting myself into, I dragged my husband Steve (@scratic) over to the Dress Barn in the Pinnacle Hills Promenade to do a little shopping. We had a limited amount of time between work and going to the A-M-A-Z-I-N-G new Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art opening. Our family pictures were scheduled for 9:00 a.m. the next morning, which meant that if I didn’t find the perfect outfit there would be no time to find something else for the pictures, and my whole master Christmas card plan would fail. FAIL!
On Monday of last week I told my husband I knew something wonderful was about to happen. Later that same day I was driving to lunch with a new friend whom I had recently connected with at WordCamp Fayetteville when I had the same feeling and repeated the same words. I just knew something magical was going to happen that week.
A little over