But suffice it to say that there's very little I can't handle.
My first six months with my wonderful daughter Hazel has been mostly pleasure, little pain.
Except for one major upset—travel., but barely.) Just flying there required (almost) more fortitude than I am physically or emotionally capable of. I had to find another way to get my travel on, a way to take off with family or friends, without forcing everyone to buy hotel rooms that met my outrageous standards.
Which is why I was sort of made to be a single mom—a longer story for another time.
) opened up the doors of their beautiful Capitol Hill home and let us get a scoop of what’s in their fridge. OUTSIDE: Letter magnets, magazine fishing ad (Spike loves boats and whales and wants to go on a fishing adventure soon), a variety of pictures (our favorite one was the one of Spike and a cute Greek old lady- there’s something beautiful about happy elderly), Letters and Postcards, a page from People Magazine (which has a great history behind it- Alyssa works for People and after interviewing Spike for that same spread, they fell in love and been dating since then. Skinny Cow Ice Cream cones, Jolly Rancher Popsicles ( Spike’s all time favorites), Flour, Ben & Jerry’s chocolate chip cookie dough Ice Cream, Mixed frozen Berries, more Flour, Meat, Good Stuff Eatery bag ( filled with egg shells used for the garden), Skyy Vodka, Andes Creme de Mente, Pizza dough and some more flour.