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The Trials of a Busy Mom


Today must be just one of those emotional days for me. Chalk it up to hormones, lack of sleep, I don’t know. As I was driving home from Robert’s Crafts today, John Michael Montgomery’s song “The Little Girl” came on. Yes, on the country station. Want to make something of it? Well, I’ve heard this song before, but this time it got to me. Even before the end, I was crying. I guess I knew how it ended, and it made me cry. Here’s the whole song if you haven’t heard it, or it you would like to hear it again. Maybe it will make you cry, too.

Later I choked up when I was watching last week’s episode of the Biggest Loser, and Trent (my favorite member of the blue team) volunteered to be sent home. Crying. I’m oh so glad that none of my kids were watching me bawl about some guy who has to leave the biggest loser ranch. Ok, Paige, get a grip!

On the other end of the spectrum, we have laughter. Saturday night, my friend Tess invited a few of her fun girlfriends (me being one of them) out for a girl’s night out. We all went to see Rockapella in concert. You may remember them from their days on PBS, singing “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego.”

It was a fun concert, and we enjoyed the music. There’s something about men singing a’ccapella that is just beautiful. A few of the women in our group especially liked their bass, a tall good looking black man. -Whew- Anyway, during the concert, Tess whispered something to her friend, Michelle, and the both of them just started laughing. When the concert was over, she shared her little “joke.” “Can you imagine,” she said, “if someone were to throw some panties up on stage during that one song?! That would be hysterical.” We all laughed about that one, and I said, “Oh yes, I always keep some extras in my purse for just such an occasion!” We laughed and laughed and commented on how HARD it would be to actually get your underwear off (if you were wearing it) in order to toss it up on the stage. And as Mormons, that would make things just a little bit more interesting, right?
Tess could not get over the hilarity of that image in her mind. We went to dinner at Los Hermanos, and about half way through dinner, she started cracking up again for no reason. What’s so funny? We asked. She could barely speak, she was laughing so hard. “I just keep thinking about throwing the underwear up on stage!” We all laughed again. And yes, it’s still making me chuckle. I’m not sure if she told her husband that one, or not, but I could always send him a link to this blog post, right?

So emotions are funny things. Sometimes they creep up on you unexpected like. They give our lives depth and color, don’t they. Sometimes annoying, but I’d rather be emotional than not.


  1. Who, me? Say something so distasteful and swoon over that super sexy bass singer? Um…no comment.
    PS – glad to see your blog again – I couldn’t find it for a week or more and I missed your humor.

  2. Very few things make me tear up, but I’m man enough to admit that when I watch ‘Trick my Truck‘ or ‘Overhaulin‘, and they show the reveal of the newly-painted vehicle to the unsuspecting owner, it gets me every time.

  3. Oh, my husband is such a sensitive guy, isn’t he? I only wish someone would “trick your truck”, don’t you?

  4. Yep, but I’d be satisfied with someone cleaning it. 🙂

  5. I’ve actually seend Rocakpella in concert several times. How fun!

  6. Ironically, I was just listening to them this morning.

  7. Oh, I’m so jealous that you went to Rockapella! We heard about it but didn’t act. I’ve seen them in concert before, but I think they have mostly new members now. By the way, the super-sexy bass man has a name–George Baldi. I happen to be MARRIED to a super-sexy bass a cappella singer myself 🙂

  8. Wow, I’ve never heard that song about the girl, but it just got me choked up too. How sad!

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