As promised, here is part 2 of my ground-breaking series: “How to be the Perfect Grandparent.”
I couldn’t pull myself away from the computer last night as I read article after article about the senseless bombings that occurred in Boston. I can’t imagine the gore, the terror, the agony and the panic that those people and their families must have experienced. My heart is so heavy…
I see it as no coincidence that tornadoes are expected in Kansas around the same time as my parents in the middle of this week. Let the cyclone of gift-giving, hugging, kissing, missed bedtimes, doting, running, playing, splashing, reading, snack times, and squealing commence!
No one does fun like a grandparent. No one.
I just can’t get motivated to write a blog about the vlog I made about how to get motivated to vlog and/or blog.
So, I’ll have to ask you to just enjoy this short vlog instead of a blog. Because I’m a slob.
(That was a stretch.)
Will it totally blow your mind if I publish a “How-to Tuesday” video on a Monday?
Because I’m feeling like shaking things up around here.
So, here it is. The latest How-to, and it’s all about how to get out of the absolute worst Thanksgiving chore: dish duty.
This week’s How-to Tuesday is a wrap-up of my time with both the Obamas and the Romneys where I counseled them on how to woo mom voters in America.
And as we head into tonight’s Presidential debate, I’ll watch with bated breath to make sure both candidates took my advice to heart.
And if Mitt Romney even thinks about mentioning Costco, so help me…
Well, friends, last week you got to see my interview with the Obama family. And what a successful(ish) session that was. We still have some things to work on, but I feel the President and First Lady both made some real progress in our time together.
Since I am both fair AND balanced, I offered my political counseling services to the other two viable candidates — both Mitt Romney and Roseanne Barr.
My dear readers, I know we’re all sick of political ads and rhetoric from both sides of the aisle — not to mention the emotional, political rants on every form of social media.
Quite frankly, we’re inundated.
So, I sat down with the Obamas to give them a bit of guidance on how they can win over the mom voters in America. This is part one of two of the Obama sessions. There was just so much material…
Welcome back to another How-to Tuesday! (Tuesday has officially become my favorite day.)
As you’ll see in today’s video, we decided to step things up a notch. We went and bought ourselves one of those teeny tiny cameras so small we can even spy on ourselves. So, what you’re about to witness is a real, honest glimpse into our everyday lives.