Tales from the Motherhood: To embarrass your children, all it takes is being yourself
My 14-year-old son, who won’t even let me drop him off at the front door of his high school for fear of being seen in “the stickermobile,” is mortified. He and his classmates went on Google Earth in one of his classes Wednesday and located each of their homes, and it seems that my beloved “COEXIST” sticker on said car is visible from space.
Haha! Though, I don’t believe this is how karma actually works, I still nearly bit a hole in my tongue as I refrained from telling him that perhaps it was payback for the snarky attitude he gave me on the way to school just the day before. He’d shaken his head and mumbled something like “Putting stickers on your car is just ... ” He never did finish that sentence. Apparently, there are no words.
My friend Karen suggested that perhaps someday Noah “will appreciate his hippy-chick mother.” Maybe, but I’m not holding my hippy-chick breath.
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