So sometimes I might geek out about something. Usually it’s about Star Trek. Or something science fictiony, anyway (because that’s what I do :P). But every now and again I’ll geek out about something that seems like it’s out in left field somewhere.
Like cloth diapers. No, for real. I have a collection, you guys.
Wait, wait. Let me back up. Yes, I cloth diapered my two older kids. Yes, I might be crazy for doing so. Yes, there’s a reason why I’m talking about cloth diapers now.
In case you’re wondering why the hell I’ve decided to use a Christmas design for my blog, the answer is this: I like Christmas.
Kidding. Well, I do like Christmas, but that’s not why I’m using this particular theme. See, I’ve decided to try something new with my blog, and with the whole “new” thing I wanted to use a new (to me) theme/design. (It made sense in my head.)
I’m not changing my focus again — I’ve done that a few too many times and I’m pretty sure I’ve lost readers because of it. On the contrary, I’ve decided to try going back to why I started this blog in the first place — to talk about motherhood and the apocalypse, but with humor and sarcasm, of course (if you’ve stuck with me this far, you’ll know I don’t take many things seriously).
Okay, so most of you have probably already seen this, but it’s just so full of awesome I had to share.
“I want to come tooooooooo!”
Though, okay, I do wonder what happened to that poor frog. Does anyone know?
(Image is from http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/multimedia/display.cfm?IM_ID=17966)
So Hubby and I have gotten hooked — hooked — on the show Fringe. Thanks to Netflix, we can binge-watch to our heart’s content. And possible more, because sometimes when I watch this show it feels likes I’m getting heart failure or something.
Anyway. We’re about halfway through season three right now, so we’re right smack into the parallel universe storyline. Which is awesome and all, but I think maybe I’ve been watching too much Fringe because lately all I’ve been dreaming about are parallel universes.
And then someone said, “What if they weren’t dreams?”
And then I went