May 22, 2003

Vomit. Just--Vomit. No, that's not

Vomit. Just--Vomit.

No, that's not a pithy commentary on the quality of commencement speeches at our nation's universities, l'affair Blair, or the latest pronouncements by anyone in Higher Ed. That's a three word summary of what my world is revolving around just now, and an explanation for the reduced bloggage. I had no idea that my child was a tiny walking petrie dish for every single germ floating around the world at large. Color me surprised. Oh yeah, and covered in vomit, so color me smelly as well. Is smelly even a color? Sleep deprivation and Wiggles-induced epilepsy (anyone seen the backgrounds on "Hoop-de-doo! It's a Wiggly Party?" It's an on-the-fly amateur epilepsy diagnostic tool!) have obviously taken their toll.

Back tomorrow. Dammit. Or, vomit. Whichever.

Posted by Big Arm Woman at May 22, 2003 10:42 AM
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