If we were having coffee: fireworks and new shoes

If we were having coffee, I would ask you lots of questions. I do that sometimes.


I would tell you

  • That job hunting is interesting, as well as aggravating. I mean, what are the odds that I’ll find a super awesome job in small-town Ohio? A job that doesn’t involve picking up after people or doing dishes. It’s too much to ask. I know. But I’m still asking. Please let there be a super awesome job in small-town Ohio. πŸ™‚
  • Packing is exhausting. I paint furniture and then pack. Repeat. Tomorrow I might go buy some more paint. My blue cabinet did not turn out very well.
  • I found interview that I thought was lost forever. I submitted another one to an online magazine. Keeping fingers crossed.
  • Little Sister and I went to see the teenager in the parade with marching band. Afterwards, I noticed that she didn’t have the right shoes. We bought some new shoes today. Plus, I got to spin the coupon wheel. Does anyone else love the coupon wheel?
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  • There were fireworks. I didn’t take any pictures. My batteries always die on the 4th of July. I should write myself a note for next year. Buy batteries and bug spray on July 3.
  • I also found our last home. Lucas is not going for the Viking -funeral- pyre -in -a- mobile home -over- a- waterfall idea. It’s good enough for Thor’s mom. Ok. She didn’t have a motor home. Her funeral was much classier.
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  • This motor home was in a parade. Is that normal? Do people in other places drive their huge farm equipment and motor homes in parades?
  • And I finished this book, “I am Malala.”
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β€œJust a small town girl – living in a lonely world.” Concert tickets are practically essential. Musicals are the key to life. I like movies, music,books, and corny jokes.


  1. Your questions are funny and interesting. Although you are probably younger than my 3 kids, we would probably enjoy coffee with questions and answers time. πŸ™‚

  2. Haha… I feel like I must answer your parade question. *ahem* I feel like an expert in parades since I work the theme parks in Orlando…and *ahem* a motor home is a less than acceptable option for a parade. πŸ™‚ Oh…and I would totally be that person to put a reminder in my phone to buy batteries for next year. So I’m behind that!

    1. I’m not sure why the motor home was in the parade. I do not think it was advertising the local motor home business, which would be logical.
      Yes, definitely a reminder for next year. πŸ™‚ We also have been having the same conversation about fireworks for the last two or three years. πŸ™‚ deja vu 4th of july. πŸ™‚

  3. Don’t worry, I might ask you some questions back. Like, how do you manage your life with more than one kiddo? I know you’re much further along in your motherhood journey than I, but it doesn’t mean you can’t tell me something new. Also, as for the motorhome, not so sure. We’d love to have one ourselves, but drive it in a parade, probably not lol. I might also ask you if you’d like to stay for another cup or 2 πŸ™‚

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