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Share The Love Sunday: I’m Getting Disappeared

Hello Share The Love Sunday readers. I have a secret to tell you. I am getting disappeared. Seriously. It’s Tiny-Small’s birthday this week. She’s turning three. We’re going to be celebrating for days and days so I might not be around much. I just wanted to let you know in case you started wondering why I disappeared. I don’t want you to worry that I have been kidnapped by the people who make Nutella and forced to taste-test their products for days and days.

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Tiny-Small got a bike for her birthday.

I have a few short, painting posts scheduled, but other than that I’m taking a mini vacation. Tiny-Small is only going to turn three once. I want to be there for every moment. Plus Jim has been working 6-7 days a week for the past month and finally got some days off. We barely recognize him. So, it’s party time! Excellent.

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She wears the helmet 24-7

Check out these awesome blog posts I read this week:


Accountants Are Artists Too by Lisa Graham Art. She has her friend over for a visit and talks her into drawing a face. It’s a great story about how we are all artists whether we think we are or not.


Check-Writing Angels &Growing Up Molly Field writes about how friendship can change your life in many, many ways and about how we can experience personal growth if we are open to it.


A Short Collection of my most Controversial and Opinionated Observations on Writers by Carrie Bailey of The Peevish Penman. She’s talking about writers, but I think her observations translate just as well to blogging and maybe even to life in general.


a calorie counter for moms by Hollow Tree Ventures. She makes a fake app for moms that includes caloric tables for things like “eating the remaining goldfish crackers off your child’s plate.” So much laughter and recognition here!


My Dying Wish by Daddy Knows Less. It’s a funny conversation between two married people who don’t exactly see eye to eye.


Happy Sunday Reading!

6 thoughts on “Share The Love Sunday: I’m Getting Disappeared”

  1. Happy birthday to that beautiful child! i hope she and you and Jim have a wonderful reunion together. i love the bike. where was white rubber when we were little girls?! (i don’t want to know.) thank you for sharing my post today; i am so pleased it touched you so. enjoy your days away from the crazy. i will miss you but i’m so glad you’re doing it! xo

  2. Three is a good age, at least for kids. Get ready for the whys about everything. I predict you will cry louder than her when she’s enrolled in kindergarten. Pray hard she doesn’t get a nazi kindergarten teacher: “You vill hold your scissors in your right hand Wayne.” Or worse, a burnt out old one without a sense of humor.

  3. Sending best wishes to S! It’s wonderful that you can take some time off and spend it with her and Jim (and I can replace you in this Nutella thingy! At least I am closer to Italy).
    And one more thing: Wszystkiego najlepszego z okazji urodzin, Tiny Small!

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