In my house, it's just my Hubby and me. It's quite. Peaceful. Calm.
A few years ago, we had a couple of dogs that stirred up the atmosphere, but the older one died three years ago. Then his son died last August. Now we just have lovely little Lola, a mini Schnauzer and Red, a very old and loud cat.
My writer friends, my sister, my sister-in-law have family blogs, detailing things their children do that will have you rolling on the floor, laughing. Then there's the Pioneer Woman's blog. Puts us ALL to shame.
I don't have any life-at-home anecdotes. Seriously, do you want me to detail how Lola jumps in my lap every time we drive to a place she's never been (McDonalds is really old news to her now. And Publix.) and smashes my Diet Coke, spilling it into my console. I didn't think so.
I could tell you about a dream where a man I only knew by face entered the dream, began to pray in a way that sparked the song of the Lord in me and an entire room came to attention. I met him last week when I saw him in a book store in Kansas City. I recognized him from the back.
I could share how I can't even make an apple crumb dish from a PRE-MIXED package because I added too much butter. Hey, it melted when I tried to soften it in the oven. I had to add it or throw it away. Perfectly good butter. No can do.
Let's see. The carpets were cleaned today. True excitement there.
Got my hair done. Let's see. Ate warmed up Dominoes pizza for dinner. Am writing a book. Now you're talking. . . now you're talking.