I promised Rabia at The Liebers and Lisa at The Golden Spoons that I would share a vlog about the things that you would find in my car, and I am going to come through on that promise, no matter how messy my madness seems to be in this vlog! You see, I decided to vlog it because my blogger’s butt has been stuck here in front of the computer all week trying to do this AMAZING social media bootcamp from the world famous Julie DeNeen over at Fabulous Blogging. Although I find myself staring paralyzed at the screen for hours at a time, I am attempting to expand my reach through all these networks such as Pinterest, Twitter and Google Plus… God help me.
So after school, I had my dear daughter’s friend Emily have the honor of filming me going through my car. It’s TEN MINUTES long ya’ll. Ten minutes of total mayhem and I ain’t kiddin’ ya. If you don’t have ten minutes of delicious free time in your day to watch this, surely I understand. It was about as messy and chaotic as my car… just warning you. Here’s a quick summary of what you would find:
1. Antibacterial wipes/gel.
*A few notes: I am quite aware of going above and beyond my TEN things in my car, and my purse… Apparently I don’t play by the rules. Lord knows, I rarely play by the rules! And yes, you may have seen MORE antibacterial wipe containers in the very back of my car underneath the sweatshirts, that I seemed to miss. And more importantly, I did NOT shower or obviously make my appearance a priority for this vlog. This? This is how I look every day. So there ya have it!
Now, if you’re not into THAT… there’s more.
I wrote an article over at Mothering From Scratch about helping our children through their hardships. Parenting our children through their difficult circumstances, is no easy feat. I have found that I will most often guide my kids through a simple equation that may prove helpful to you in your motherhood journey. If you are interested in learning about leading your child through the process, prayer and purpose of whatever their struggle… I encourage you to go here.
How’s that for a two-parter?