ompletely unprepared for all that being a mom entailed, there was one thing I knew for certain in the early days: Much about parenting is disgustingly gross and, literally, full of crap. As sort of a civic duty, I will delve into difficult memories of those baby years and reveal five of the many gross things about parenting.
No season causes me to have as much confusion and nausea as fall. After a suffocatingly hot summer, it seems only natural that I would cheer when the air stops burning my lungs. But with the cool air comes other things, things that sicken me and cause me to want to put a clothespin on my nose and walk around with a blindfold. Join me, fellow autumn haters, in rehearsing why fall is the worst.
Alcohol is one of those things that must be used in moderation. Otherwise, terrific benefits turn into dangerous liabilities. When life is hard and at countless other times, an alcoholic beverage is a splendid pick-me-up. However, restraint is imperative. It helps to know the good, the bad, and the ugly of drinking alcohol.