Last night the fairies went flying.
(Their landings may lack grace, but they more than make up for it with cuteness and vivacity! Hello there! Welcome to my mommy blog where I sometimes post photos of my kids and then I go all verbal about how cute I think they are! I don’t normally choose this path!)
Today found the fairies camped out on the family room couch. According to Meredith’s teacher, there is a puking epidemic making its way through the kindergarten. Meredith is not a puker (do you hear me knocking on wood and setting herbs on fire over here?!), but, where am I going with this?! It’s flipping Day One of NaBloPoMo, and I’m sitting here with three hours left until midnight—drinking my eighth (and final) glass of water for the day (because I’m back on that kick again), watching sour-faced Zellweger in Bridget Jones, and searching for a ridiculous metaphor to splice fairies and vomit.
I’ll be back tomorrow.
9 thoughts on “NaBloPoMo Day 1: Both share the possibility of projectile flight, I suppose.”
I signed up for NaBloPoMo (which the EP keeps insisting on trying to pronounce) after reading your post about it and I just wanted you to know that I am planning on blaming it on you when it all goes pear shaped.
I, too, had to pull a post out my ass today, and it’s only the first day of NaBloPoMo. November is going to be an interesting month.
Happy NaBloPoMo! (It’s now an official holiday, right?)
I write all my posts at night and post them in the morning (I hope that’s not breaking some rule), so I’m not scrambling yet, but I’m eyeing my “rejected drafts” just in case.
Oh yeah, the performance anxiety. I usually post every day anyway but I just know this is going to suck every vestigial fibre of sense and self-respect out of me. So yay! Here goes for a month of crap!
What Mama G said, except you’ll get to share blame with French Toast Girl.
I love these photos! So fabulous.
I am doing Nablopomo too and didn’t’ remember until 11:50 last night. Very happy I didn’t f*ck up on the first day.
Hope the vomit fairy did not visit.
Those pictures make me wish that I had a pair of wings to wear out and about. I bet that I could find some on clearance sale in the next day or two.
You’re (maybe not) going to believe this — I actually stayed up late last night waiting and watching for your post — fearing you might not make it, and, in the end, giving up dejectedly& deciding to roll with the time change. I am totally looking forward to Total Immersion November at Fluid Pudding! Flying Fairies are a fantabulous beginning.
And, I hereby submit that as an appreciative corollary to NoMoBlahPo (or whatever it is ;-) all of us non-blogging commenters out here should agree to band together and comment daily on all of our favorite blogs. It’s the least we can do, right?
You’re absolutely right — I can’t wait! :-)
aren’t they adorable?!?!?!
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