Thursday, May 13, 2010


When you're done reading this sorry post, hit up; I'm pretty sure there are some actually happy people over there writing about actual happiness.

I am dragging myself kicking and screaming into this post.  I am feeling anything but happy today; it has been a rough week for me.  I will try my best not to drag you down with me as I go on about happiness.


spending some alone time with my not-so-tiny baby while the two older kids are having naps.

watching my littlest guy cry on the floor in desperation for! the angst!

letting my cutie-patootie eat way too many chocolate chip cookies.

getting wide-open mouth kisses (aka "lickers") from my baby guy, complete with complimentary slobbery cookie crumbs.

This is about as much happiness as I can wring out today.

Blogger, thy name is melodrama. 

Debbie Downer is also fitting.


  1. Don't apologize. We all have these moments. Happiness is in moments and I don't think too many of us can keep it up all of the time. Being human and acknowledging your truth - I think that is happiness.

    I am over from Momalom. Nice to meet you.

  2. Heh. Yeah. I've had those days. At least you're finding the happy moments, few though they may be.

  3. "lickers" are the best :) At least you were able to find something happy to write about even if you're not feeling it today....

  4. it's been awhile now since i have had a licker! one of the things that i am looking forward to when my newest one is born. beleive it or not, you made me smile--so thank you for that! ;)

  5. I can totally relate to not feeling the happy -- it's like when you were a kid and your mother told you you BETTER adjust your attitude FAST -- and the last thing you wanted to do was adjust your freaking attitude, right? So be unhappy -- tomorrow is always better. And to throw a little happy your way - Im glad I found you through Momalom - cool blog and you just pick yourself up another reader.

  6. Oh, HUGS, to you. And, those slobbery, chocolatey kisses are the best and will from now on be called "lickers" in my house, too. Thanks for that.

  7. Hahaha- I love that the temper tantrum brings you happiness. Awesome.

  8. I love babies! They don't care about anything going on, just that you're there and that's enough for them. I hope you had a cookie, too.

  9. I'm a fan of melodrama. Debbie Downer is my BFF. My glass is half empty. But all the same, I hope you find your happy place real soon. xo's


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