As if the nation’s divorce rate isn’t high enough, someone decided to post the dress picture on Facebook. For the record, my wife and I see the same colors and will continue living happily ever after. We pity you guys who see things differently. God speed. (If you have no clue what I’m talking about, go here: http://time.com/3725628/the-dress-caitlin-mcneill-post-tumblr-viral/)
Obviously, I don’t blog much these days. I’m too busy with other things…primarily the seven smallish humans who are currently in the midst of an epic lightsaber fight. Anyhow, I thought I’d share these 2 tips. No, I’m not getting paid to promote these. I just thought this information might be helpful for any new parents out there.
I know that the entire internet has been thinking, “I wonder how the Wood family trip to College Station went…” Good news, Internet. Here’s a summary. Oh, and I’ll apologize ahead of time. I’m just going to quickly throw this blog (and probably all future blogs) up here. There will likely be some typos-hopefully nothing as atrocious as using “there” when I should use “their”. It’s probably going to be a bit disjointed. I’m giving in to the fact that I simply don’t have the time to edit and prepare a blog post the way the “experts” recommend. Sorry, grammar sticklers and blog aficionados.
Earlier this week my 5-year-old told me that he had written a letter to Santa and left it in our mailbox. I wasn’t sure what had prompted the letter (it is July after all), so I was quite curious to read it. Later that day (when he wasn’t around), I went outside to get the letter out of the mailbox. It was gone. I thought the mail carrier had picked it up. Today, he came running into the house with a little envelope. “SANTA WROTE ME BACK!” Here is the letter that was written back to him: