There is a certain pressure that comes from trying to be funny on the internet. First off, it’s pretty faux pas to even mention that you may be funny. Frankly, I don’t think I’m funny, but I am glad that some other people occasionally tolerate me and my blog. Then, there is the trying to convey sarcasm in my writings. We can assume that I am always being sarcastic without making an ass of u or me. Except when I’m not. If I ever feel tempted to be serious this can be extra challenging. I don’t need “Sarcasm font,” I need “Sincere font.” Example: I love my kids. How did you read that? See? I need sincere font. My biggest challenge is writing a bio statement. I want to be one of those quaint or beautiful souls who says stuff like “lover of coffee, of Jesus, and of sharpies.” Mine would say “I love Jesus and I won ‘most likely to tell a fart joke to a visiting dignitary’ in high school.” It just doesn’t gel the same right?? And finally, it hurts to admit this, but I used to think that I was a special snowflake. Turns out there are a ton of other moms doing what I do on the daily. (That is to say, blogging) But that’s okay. I’ve found my people.