15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts: 6th Edition

Tags: ,

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts: 6th Edition

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts: 6th Edition

Between soccer, playdates, Kindergarten registration, and thunderstorms, it has been a busy week in my world. Having three kids keeps me busy. Having three kids who need to go places makes life a bit insane. Is it too late to reconsider this parenthood thing?  While I do question parenthood sometimes, I would never trade it for the world. After all, my kids give me lots of material to write. Okay, not really (well, yeah, kind of). I do love my three girls. They make life interesting, fun, and  frustrating. When I need to escape the insanity, I go to Facebook

Continue Reading

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts: 5th Edition

Well, crud. After the events of last night, I’m having a hard time smiling. I can’t stop thinking about those police officers who were executed by snipers out to kill cops. My heart hurts. When will the killing end? Yesterday I wrote about how I perceived the incidents involving Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. Last night shocked the hell out of me. Why? Why? Why?  As hard as it is to smile today, I want to help others smile. I hope these funny posts from Facebook help. I know that’s one of the many reasons I love Facebook. Going through my feed

Continue Reading

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts: 4th Edition

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts: 4th Edition

This morning I’m having a rough time. Why? Well, the baby woke me at 4:24 to nurse, then, once done, she refused to go back to sleep. Then, my three-year-old, Grace, got up at 4:45. When I told her to go back to sleep, she whined, “But, Mommy, I not tired.” At least I was able to shoo her to her room as I got out of bed. Then, I threw my hair into a pony tail, put on my yoga pants for the day, and took the baby with me so she wouldn’t keep my husband awake who just

Continue Reading

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts — 3rd Edition

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts — 3rd Edition

Well, crap! Another week with even more drama. I don’t know about you, but I’m getting tired of all the negative news. I hoped that the news would improve while I was on my vacation last week. I’m optimistic like that. Unfortunately, my hopes were crushed. Oh well. At least I follow some fabulous people who have a way of making me laugh. So, I want to share that laughter with you in this third edition of 15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts.  If you would like to nominate a post for inclusion, make sure it is a public post and

Continue Reading

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts — June 10

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts — June 10

After a week with non-stop talk about a young man by the name of Brock and all that went with it, I think we can use some laughs. (But, hey, at least we stopped talking about gorillas and bathrooms, right?) In fact, my 15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts will be a regular feature on my blog almost every Friday. (That said, don’t expect one next Friday. I will be on vacation!) So, I hope you enjoy laughing with some of the funniest posts on Facebook this week. Enjoy! So, I’m not the only one? You know you’re a parent when

Continue Reading

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts

It has been a crazy week in the interwebz, what with gorillas (and then public “lynchings”), politics that never seem to end, another school shooting, and the end of the school year, to name a few. I don’t know about you, but I’m tired and need a good laugh, or two or three. So, in the interest of keeping ourselves amused, I thought I would share some of the funniest posts on Facebook in the last week.  Enjoy the laugh! You’re welcome! Parent hell for 1000 miles Might be disrespectful, but still true I’m waiting for my daughters to suggest

Continue Reading

Facebook is Frustrating

On a whim, I started this blog many years ago. There were no visions of earning money or focus on getting readers. I just wanted to write what was in my heart. At some point, I decided I wanted more from my blog. I not only wanted to write, but I wanted people to read what I wrote; a novel concept. Around that same time, a Twitter friend of mine, Ginger, started a Facebook page. I had considered doing the same, but was chicken. What if no one followed me? What would I have to say? Ginger encouraged me to

Continue Reading

Never Have I Ever

On Facebook, there is a game that it seems everyone is playing. One person will post anywhere from 1-10 random facts about themselves. Then, if you like their post or comment on it, they will give you a number. Now, it is your turn to share that number of random facts about yourself. So far, it seems that most of my FB friends have participated in this game. I have once and may likely do it again because I have a hard time not liking posts. (Yes, it is true. I am a “like” addict. I even like bad stuff. I see

Continue Reading

Classless, Profane, and Cheap

When I started blogging, I had no idea how prevalent blogging had become. What I knew of blogging came from my sister who started her blog, Family Times, in 2007. Her blog was the only one I read. I thought blogs were like the Geocity pages of the 90s, all hobbies that didn’t do much. My sister encouraged me to blog, at the time, but I couldn’t imagine what I would write about. I figured my life was far from interesting. I was a single 1st grade teacher with no prospects in the dating world. Boring. My mind was changed a

Continue Reading

Adventures of a Jayhawk Mommy: Now on Facebook

My new FB page! Welcome… For the last few weeks, I had been thinking about doing something quite bold, starting a Facebook page as a companion to this blog. I weighed the pros and cons, deciding to wait a bit longer before making a decision. Why would I want to start a page? Wasn’t that only for very popular blogs? It isn’t that my blog doesn’t have a readership. It does. One I’m quite proud that I’ve been building. When I first started this blog, I was lucky to get 10 people to read what I wrote. Now, I usually

Continue Reading

%d bloggers like this: