Am I good enough? Smart enough? doing enough?
It’s a question we probably ask ourselves often. Rhonda Williams a single mom of 3 boys (literally) found the answers on her son’s leg. Keep reading to find out what we mean.
My kids have been eating spaghetti for about a year now. I’m kidding. It’s only been a week, but that’s their way of telling me we need to go grocery.
I feel bad. I’ve been a little behind on bills.
I’m a security guard that works the swing shift, so I don’t always have time or resources to run errands. But we make do.
The other day I found crunchy socks in Devin’s sock drawer...again! I don’t understand why he keeps wearing the same socks over and over.
“I love crunchy socks, mom. They tickle me.”
I can’t even get him to wear clean socks. I’ve failed.
Devin is the youngest of my 3 boys and he’s the most vocal. He always makes sure I’m in the know.
“Mom, we are tired of Spaghetti”
“Mom, Grandma snores loud”
“Mom, the oven door is broken”
I can’t do anything about grandma’s snores, but if I fix the oven door myself I can use that money for chicken, pizza, and burgers.