Lorca’s Week in Review

This past week was kind of like a hangover wedged between two binge drinking events. We went to the beach for one week and then we’re going on some day trips next week, so this past week was where we kind of just lolled around the house stuffing ourselves on Cheetos and watching reruns of Psych on Netflix.

Of course, the Olympics started, and nothing says summer time like watching men’s swimming because they’re all wearing those outfits from Magic Mike. Awesomeness, just add water. And to go along with the 2012 Live-From-London fun, here is a great infographic on how to maintain a good drunk all the way to the Closing Ceremonies.

If you don’t have booze at your house, here is some fun stuff I Pinned instead:


On a really serious note, I wrote a blog post for my Autism blog about people judging me for how I raise my kids. My firm stance on the issue is the only people who can judge me for my parenting style would be the actual judge who signs the court order having Child Welfare take them from the home.

Lastly, I read a grown-up book this week AND a publisher let me take a stab at editing a manuscript. Or as I like to call it, eat a man’s soul. Look for that book to come out in November, but I’ve already got a sick feeling the author won’t be thanking me in the acknowledgements.

11 thoughts on “Lorca’s Week in Review

  1. Oh, every time I watch gymnastics I shake my head – “She didn’t ‘stick’ the landing.” Let’s see, she just did five flips over the high bar of the unevens but she took a hop on the landing. Deduction! Damn!

  2. Okay, that settles it! You crack me up, Lorca. I just added you to my blog list so more people can be treated to your particular brand of madness. I still can’t get over that Aunt Gertie post!
    Have a great week.


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