to not have
even with several reminders.
to throw garbage bags
“at” outdoor garbage bin
instead of “in” it.
to fret about being late
the White Rabbit.
empty pizza box
to be loved
I should not have said
regarding the above.
© 2014 Jennifer Wagner
hear! Hear! love it. ah, sweet, sweet motherhood(())
Yup! And repeat and repeat! Loved this Jennifer!
I'm not big on expectations, but I like this list of them!
This reminds me of household chores, its never ending, smiles ~
An entertaining write about an ordinary reminder-packed day in a happy household of kids/teens!
this made me smile...even brighter with the second to last stanza.
Good job capturing the way that kids and family life are messy, imperfect, and wonderful all at once.
... and yet, when they become parents, "Expect all to repeat," and they will know! Smiles! _m
…It appears you and I live the same "poem"! :)
Expect - to live, laugh and love with the most incredible wife and mother. Ever. Thanks for all you do!
Ah yes, all these are to be expected, but something tells me it's more than worth it :)
Ha Ha! - Expect the expected - and the unexpected. Sounds like a good plan!
smiles... i love how it closes with the expect to be loved... oy.. i could write a book about teenagers... and they too need love and guidance...smiles
yep. 13 and 15 in my world. ~
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