Now that I’m a Mom of Six…
By Cheryl Moeller
I used to have the latest up to the minute technology and electronic gadgets; now that I'm a mom of six I have a used ripped stepped-on spiral notebook and a pencil with a very dull lead.
I used to have long, sweet smelling, deep luxurious baths, now I count standing in the rain as my monthly shower.
I used to have oodles of close friends, lunches out, and power walks around the lake, now I have the pediatricians and clerksat Walgreen’s (they are my only friends).
I used to look at Vogue, now without for ten years I look like I am from the morgue.
I used to go on dates with my spouse and now we eat lots of prunes, figs, and dates.
I used to sport the latest make-up, now I need an extremely extreme makeover and scrape the leftovers out of the bottom of my mauve lipstick tube with a ball point pen.
I used to style in the latest shishi fashions, now I have to put the power of positive thinking on my vintage fashion statement.
I used to throw and glaze my own original pottery, now I throw my own pottery for sure.
So who is so funny that she is causing laughter in audiences everywhere?
Cheryl Moeller cranks up the spin cycle on her washing machine and life to help parents cope with too much laundry, raising preschoolers (on 12 hours of sleep per year), surviving teenagers, pleasing relatives, understanding spouses, and the 1,000 other challenges. She uses her over-the-counter humor to make parents laugh until it feels better.
Cheryl is a sister, a wife, a mother, a daughter, a niece, an aunt, a granddaughter, a friend, a volunteer... well you get the idea. Let.s just say she.s a lot like you and has decided the best way for us all to cope is to laugh (don't try to inhale at the same time, it only makes matters worse).
Cheryl is a wiife to Robert for 28 years. Mother to Duke, Missy, Pooka, Skippy, Megs and Kenzie. One dog - Katie. One fish - Skyler. Two gerbils - Hannah and Lily. Cheryl cranks up the spin cycle on her dryer and life to help parents cope with too much laundry, raising preschoolers (on 12 hours of sleep per year), surviving teenagers, pleasing relatives, understanding spouses, and the thousand other challenges. Read more of Cheryl's humor at www.momlaughs.blogspot.com
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