May 11, 2016

On That Time in the Checkout Lane When I Was Totally Humiliated

If you are: 1)trying to decide how you feel about mom blogs; 2)a man; or 3)at all squeamish about references to certain realities of female life such as "bras," you might want to skip this post.

If you're still with me, you can find the story of my humiliation and what you can learn from it via the safety of your own home and the security of your intact dignity at Her View From Home right now.

Click on over...it'll make you feel better about your life. Then, if you've got an embarrassing moment from your own files, come back here and share it. That'll make me feel better about mine. Thank you for that.







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5 comments:

  1. Two words...online shopping! Thanks for linking up to #coolmumclub

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    1. Absolutely. Must do more of. Thanks for hosting #coolmumclub!

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  2. This is one of those times I am glad to be a boy mom. But he gives me other embarrassing moments. Thanks for sharing on #FridayFrivolity

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    1. Well, Audrey, the important thing is that we moms are all connected at some point by the thread of maternal embarrassment. ;) Thanks so much for making the trip to Her View...AND for hosting #FridayFrivolity! :)

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  3. Oh my goodness... can't wait to see what this is all about... ;P I'm definitely hooked so far! #FridayFrivolity

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I'd love to hear from you! Feel free to tell me what you really think. Years ago, I explained to my then-two-year that my appointment with a counselor was "sort of like going to a doctor who will help me be a better mommy." Without blinking, she replied, "You'd better go every day." All of which is just to say I've spent some time in the school of brutal honesty!