Tuesday’s News from The AverageWomanSJ

Life Happens… and sometimes, it’s important to remember that life is really Chaos with occasional moments of calm, and not the other way around. While trying to clear the decks here to travel for my MIL’s funeral next week, all three dogs have chosen this moment to come up with, shall we say, loose bowels? Which is no laughing matter with a big, 155 pound hairy T. Bear, much less the other two. So, yesterday it was a visit to the vet, this morning it’s back to the vet with another one of them. Bellamy has to have her booster shot because we can’t put her in the kennel if she doesn’t. She was supposed to get it Saturday – but that is less than 48 hours before we leave, so now we have to make sure that she gets it early…. I remember when the kids were small, and everyone would have the flu, or whatever. It’s pretty much the same, except that if a 150 pound kid doesn’t want to do something, it’s pretty hard to make him… On the other hand, it didn’t take 5 adults and a muzzle to get my kids to behave when getting a shot… Just another  day at Tuttle Acres! 🙂

So, to make life a little better, here is a wonderful chuckle from my friend, Tia Bach: http://depressioncookies.blogspot.com/2013/06/my-butt-hurts-when-i-write-wordcount.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+blogspot%2FDeJKM+%28Depression+Cookies%29

On this week’s episode of The Average Superwoman Show we discussed Sweta Patel’s book “Watch Out Dads” and the effects of the father/daughter relationship. We also have a great heads up about this month’s theme – Indie Authors! Go to: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sandi-tuttle/2013/06/03/family-wisdom-from-sweta-patel

Find out who is going to be on The Average Superwoman Show in June!!!!!

My tribute to my mother-in-law, Marion Tuttle: http://www.averagewomansj.com/depression-dolls/

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I own and operate HomeBadger Creations, Inc., maker of hand made wraps, shawls, ponchos, scarves and tunics for women of all ages. Custom orders are always welcome!
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