Some day, there will probably be an apocalypse. It might be because of a nuclear war or a giant asteroid slamming into the planet. Or it might be because the Mayan calendar causes the end of the world somehow (maybe by blowing up in a giant nuclear explosion or turning into a giant asteroid and slamming into the planet). Or, you know, it might be because my kids managed to create a hole in the space-time continuum and caused the universe to implode on itself. I can’t do much about a war or an asteroid (or a giant rock-calendar turning into an asteroid), but I’ll do what I can to keep my kids from getting inside CERN and breaking the universe. (No promises, though.)
You might be wondering if I’m the same Char who writes for In Case of Survival. You’d be right; I am. Don’t worry, I’m not going rogue. I’m still with ICoS. This particular site just focuses on life and motherhood before the apocalypse.
My blog doesn’t really have a specific topic focus. This is mostly because I’m interested in a lot of things and have the attention span of a goldfish. Which really means that you should expect posts about the apocalypse, motherhood, parenting, Star Trek, science fiction books and movies, geekery, nerdiness, and life in general. Usually with a healthy does of sarcasm. And possibly humor. I will, of course, lean more toward motherhood and parenting, but with a geeky bent and a humorous/sarcastic apocalyptic twist. Because this blog is called Apocalypse Mama. You know.
I have to warn you that blog posts may be infrequent. I no longer post on a specific schedule, though I do hope to post at least once or twice a week. This may not happen every week, but it is my goal. (Then again, taking over the world and being a ninja astronaut were goals too. And we all know how close I got to reaching those goals…)
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