Help! (OR: Welcome to the Audience Participation portion of the blog)

Friends. Readers. Help me.

I’ve decided I need an FAQ section, so I need you to A me some Qs. Please? Bonus points if they are funny, but you lose points if they are rude or gross.

ALSO – I want to know if there is anything you’d like to see a post about. Is there a subject you have expected me to write about or would like me to write about that I haven’t? Or do you desperately need advice on something and the only way to get it is by asking me and waiting for me to post the reply on my blog?

No, I haven’t run out of ideas (as if), but I just want to spice it up a little. It can get a little boring just listening to my own voice in here.

And I even removed the reCaptcha stupid thingamajig that you had to do to leave a comment, so feel free to leave your Qs in the comments!

OH, and if you say “more belly dancing posts” I’m going to kick you. That is all.

P.S. THANKS FOR READING MY BLOG!

Look how exasperated I am – you MUST help me!

Comments

  1. I liked the OBD stories!
    I’d love a funny story, or any story about Granny!
    How about the joys of living 30 minutes from Wal-Mart?
    FAQ how did you meet AM?
    Any funny cancer stories? Although cancer sucks the big one, humor is everywhere!
    You know, I’ve never thought of ycu as a “step” anything. You’ve always been family. Thanks for being one of the “cool” relatives!

  2. Hi…stopped over from Kelly’s Corner! I would love to hear how you met your husband.

  3. Armando is cracking me up.

  4. No! You must not encourage his behavior! He’ll never stop!

  5. explain what alannis morisette’s jagged little pill album means to you. also discuss the rest of her career including her forays into acting and let us know what you think of it all. do you still like her? did ryan reynolds ruin it for you?

  6. Trillian says:

    seriously LMAO! God, I miss ya’ll!

  7. Trillian says:

    Personally, I just love reading about your daily life in your unique and witty voice. Since I so rarely to never get to see you…it’s a treat because I’ve always liked and admired you so. You have such a different life than I do and I deeply enjoy the alternate perspective of kids, stay at home mom, etc. Feels like the only thing we have in common from a day to day persepective is awesome, sexy beast husbands. 🙂

  8. Trillian says:

    I thought of one!…After reading your blog: “Parental Peer Pressure: Bunny Edition”, I would like to know the excitements and difficulties of raising girls in a multicultural household. Surely your upbringing and Armando’s were different in ways and I’m sure each of your parents have differing opinions on your child-reering duties and obligations.