A Mother’s Day just like any other day

Is there some sort of blogging rule that if I didn’t have a pithy happy mother’s day post wishing a happy mother’s day to everyone but seahorses that I need a recap? Mine was just like a regular Sunday (husband at work! we went to the grocery store! riveting ) but with more cleaning because my in-laws came over for dinner. But they made it. So, double the work for them and twice the clean-up for me? Genisus we are not.

I am crankier than shit (see above) and I also might be having a midlife crisis because I really want to do this to my hair. Maybe without bangs? Who knows. Spencer is adamantly against it. “Mommy, your hair is brown. All brown. Like me.” He might be on TeamBangs because then we would be even more twin-like.

Crappy photo, happy boy

Spencer and I did make a tart yesterday, crust and all. Pie crust is my culinary Achilles’ heel, but I think it turned out ok. I failed to get any blog-worthy glamour shots, but Spencer was very, very proud of our efforts. I am off to eat some of those efforts for breakfast.


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4 Responses to “A Mother’s Day just like any other day”

  1. Eileen says:

    #teambangs and the color looks cool! I think you could pull off bangs.
    PS I found my fakeys. Let me know if you want me to mail them to you.


  2. Rebecca says:

    I’m not planning on doing a Mother’s Day post at all.

    Does this mean I totally lose at the internetting?

    I had a GREAT day but, like you, my husband worked for some of the day and….I don’t really have anything to say about it.

    It was great. /blog post.

    I considered that ombre thing for half a second. Maybe not full out ombre, probably more of a dipped ends like your crisis hair but I have *almost* black hair and it would just be way too much work and money.

    I want tart.


  3. Tannis says:

    Your hair would look AMAZING dip dyed. DO IT. :-)


    Amy Reply:

    I have a hair appointment for just the cut on Thursday – getting midlife crisis bangs. Then I’ll talk to her about the dip-dye while I am there. I figure I need a pro-bleach job to get the back even and then I could change the color myself.


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