Well hello people of blog world!!! I have been told over the years that I need to take the time to write a book about my life with my kids... Who the heck has time for that?? Well I don't! I am a mother of 3 girls, work full time, and host a paranormal talk show @ www.riverbender.com. My life is moving at full speed and my girls just keep growing and are getting crazier every day!
I do want to first warn the readers of this that I am a very blunt person. If you are easily offended then you need to stop reading right now. You know that filter that keeps from saying stupid things? Well, mine is long gone. You either love me or hate me.. I have a very dry but funny sense of humor and I can make any situation comical. For the ones who can handle me I promise this will be well worth the read! Oh an by the way I can't spell to save my life so give me a break.. Sit down, prop your feet up, and find out how I got the title of: Mother of all Dorks..
I was 16 and pregnant before it was cool.. (Don't do it!!!) I spent 10 years of my life changing diapers and doing the happy dance when one of my girls kept their pull up dry overnight.. Then one day I had one of those "AHA" moments, I was put on this planet to embarrass the crap out of my kids. The trouble with that is they are my kids so I know somewhere inside them is the DORK gene. Which means I have to stay on my toes cause if they have half of the wit and humor I have they might be able to get me back...
(For those of you reading, I love my kids with all my heart and everything I do in life is for them. So this is not bad parenting, it's fun parenting, and we all have a blast. Want to also let you know that most of my stories take place at Target, Walmart, in my car, or at home. Music is also a big part in our lives.)
One of the most fun things to do while in the car is jamming out to the radio.. My 13yr old USED to love these moments we shared as she would sing out loud as I played my totally awesome guitar.(the seat belt, you know you have done it!) Well the last time she jammed with me without looking around to make sure no one was looking first was about 2 years ago. We were stopped at the entrance crosswalk of out local Target. A flood of people we exiting the building. I couldn't run them over so I put my car in park and turned up the radio. It was a warm summers day, the widows of the car were open, and Queens Bohemian Rhapsody was on the best part of the song..
How the hell was I supposed to know that a girl from my kids school was coming out of the store?
Anyways, the music took over and I completed the most awesome guitar solo as well as the vocals. (FYI I can NOT sing to save my life) When I opened my eyes every single person leaving the store, (they all stopped to watch) started cheering, laughing, and clapping! I looked over to my daughter who some how managed to fit all curled up in the front seat of the floor board of my car.
Whoops.. Till this day when ever that song comes on the radio she changes the station..