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  1. Cassie
    May 12 - 6:38 am

    So true and I can so relate :)

  2. I think we all are shouting a collective, “Amen, sister!” LOL! So funny…:)

  3. Beth - TheAngelForever
    May 12 - 7:02 pm

    Oh Maryellen, you are so wise! My husband keeps asking me what I want to do tomorrow. After the circus last year (literally), I am unable to answer his question. I think I may just send him this link as an idea.

  4. edj
    May 13 - 11:32 pm

    So funny! And true! Hang in there though…I have 3 teens, and not only did I get breakfast in bed (I went to the bathroom first too; no one was bothered) but they left the kitchen sparkling clean!

  5. Nolie
    May 14 - 7:58 am

    Love it. Funny and true. Every holiday finds me moaning about hallmarks demands for us to do x, y and z and spend tons of money. I actually had a fantastic mothers day though.

  6. Will
    May 14 - 5:50 pm

    That was hilarious! My poor mom had to endure pretty much the same…bless her heart!

  7. Tracy Beckerman
    May 15 - 1:12 pm

    Hey MaryEllen,
    just discovered you here and decided we are sistas from another mother.. although your mother clearly had red hair and mine was kind enough to pass on the gene for large dimpled thighs. But enough about my cellulite issues…
    happy to have found you and love your take on Mother’s Day. Let me know when you circulate the petition to ban Mom’s Day and I’ll gladly sign it!

  8. Lois McGlashon
    May 12 - 10:46 pm

    It’s been a lot of years since my kids were that age, you brought back memories of underdone muffins, watery eggs, real crispy toast, but lots of love, eeven if it’s not how we would picture it!!

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