Tuesday, October 23, 2007

First blog

So. My first blog. I walk the streets everyday thinking about the million things I'd say if given forum. Now I have one and my mind is a dry, empty mop bucket. (I need to do my floors.)

It's windy today. The leaves falling like confetti from the sky. Confetti on the ground. Confetti that will inevitably take me hours and hours to rake. By the end of this season I will need a God-sized vacuum for my yard.

The baby is sleeping. Finally. You'd think that by #3 I'd have figured out how to get a baby to sleep. This one--we affectionately refer to her as "Iron Lung"--only sleeps on her tummy, but refuses to roll there herself. So, she cries, I wait, then go in and flip her over, pat-pat, and try to slither my way to the door without the floor boards creaking. There she goes again; and we dance to the cry-wait-flip-pat-pat cycle only about four or five times before she finally stays asleep. That's what I call success.

I hope you'll tune-in here often. Hopefully this blog will be a smattering of many things; family, parenting, literary, excerpts from my writings, and lots and lots of humor.

You see....
I'm rally, rally, funny.

8 comments:

Dawn said...

I want to be the first to congratulate you on your first blog by being your first responder or is that responder? Heck your the technical writer so you can help straighten me out. (at least in this regard). Any who ,Congratulations and I can't wait to read more!

Dawn (again) said...

My above comment should read "first responder or is that respondee" ...Note, never let a 3 year old help with your typing!

beebee said...

Wow. Look at you... I look forward to hearing your voice in my head as I read your musings. =)

Angela said...

Love your sense of humor! I'll be checking back often.

Deb said...

Hey Racheal,
Way to go! Can't wiat to read more! Love your thoughts, and that you will write them out loud for all
to read... well I feel honored to be included!! Love your wit, you are very funny!! And it makes me smile and we all could use a lot more of that!! BIG HUGS!!!
Aunt Debi

kris said...

Your sense of humor is refreshing and needed in this crazy world! Can't wait to read more!

Dianne said...

You funny, funny girl. The weird thing is, it's as if I am reading my own scary little diary, being a germophobe queen myself. Kindred spirits we are! Please keep writing.

Anonymous said...

This is hilarious! I will check back often. :) Oh- and thanks for sharing your straws with me.

XOXO

Meg