#tbt: Tales of a third-grade Laura

Third-grade Laura is a damn liar. This does, however, document my first attempt at bullshitting an assignment – a trend that continued well through college.  

#tbt: Tales of a third-grade Laura

Ohhhhhh you guys. Have I got a treat for you. My parents are attempting to clean out some of the million boxes of things in their basement, which includes giving us kids some of our old stuff they’ve kept. A couple weeks ago, I collected one box from ’em – with such gems in itContinue reading “#tbt: Tales of a third-grade Laura”

Self-esteem boosters with Sarah

Remember how I told you about how sometimes my buddy Sarah (an eighth-grader in the youth group I work with) gives me compliments? Sometimes they make me laugh and sometimes they’re sweet. And sometimes its both. Recently, while giving me a hug: “Laura, you’re so huggable.” Me: “Aw, thanks, so are you!” Her: “And myContinue reading “Self-esteem boosters with Sarah”

Important lessons at a young age

While watching “How To Look Good Naked” in England – where at the end of the show you usually see someone naked (from the back, it’s not too crazy), we listened to Alistair’s reactions to the lady they were showing. Alistair, 6: Ooh! Woo! Underwear! (Lady on the show shows herself naked from the back)Continue reading “Important lessons at a young age”