Ya, something is very wrong.  At first I wasn't sure, but now am pretty sure that my ulcer is infected, and it effects even how I hear.  My glands are so swollen they hurt, and blood is a common site on my toothbrush, on my pillow...I know what I have to do, but sometimes the fear of it all is more than I can bear.  This has happened once before and it took months to recover, and I just don't have months.  I know I have no choice, but still...

So today is circus day!  We are taking six kids, and though I'm excited it sounds dreadful too!  Forgive my negativity, but feeling awful and trying to get six kids to the circus sound awful!  Topping it all off is the fact that the person I"m going with, who I deliberatly don't mention, helps with nothing and causes stress where ever we go.  It's one reason my ulcer is in such awful shape.  There is a huge balance and connection between the mind and the body.

OK.  So yes, the horrid show Southpark makes my teen and I laugh!!  Yes I feel like the worlds worse mom for letting her watch it, but we always watch it together and talk about it during and after.  It may seem like a crime against moms everytwhere who work so hard to keep crap like that away from their kids, but we bond.  She feels "cool" to be able to watch it, and since there's no way on this green planet my younger one is ready to see and hear it it's something we do just the two of us.  And I hate to admit it but it cracks me up.  I had no idea I wouldn't be more disgusted at what it involves but it's so funny I just can't.  I think it's the fact that it's "stars" are animated 4th graders who say the things we adults would if weren't trying so hard not to all the time!

So pray for me if you think of it, and now that I think of it pray for her since her mom lets her watch such crap!!!! 

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Apr. 9, 2008 at 8:23 PM

I let my kids watch saturday night live every weekend!  Sophmoric moms UNITE!!!


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