Nathalie's Notes

Raising the Hardy Boys

I used to be paranoid about how to have my journals destroyed in the event that I died suddenly. Now I’m starting to feel the same way about my Google browsing history. Not that I have anything to hide since I pretty much expose my angstiness on a regular basis … but still. My recent Google searches include:

  • “Early walker = late development” – because I’ve been told that since Sam’s walking “early” he will “probably be delayed somewhere else in his development.”
  • “BPA hype or fact” – because the Born Free bottles are $10 a pop, the glass ones seem crazy with a kid who is fling-happy and I don’t want to get rid of my already-paid-for water bottles. Unless they really cause cancer.
  • “freecycle”- because I’ve heard of it a couple times but never checked it out – what a cool idea! It’s like Craigslist without the freak show.
  • “mono in babies” – because Sam’s and I are sick and someone we know came down with mono last week.
  • “brands for butchers” – doesn’t everyone Google this from time to time? Because I am trying to develop my butcher character for Pants on Fire
  • “homemade olive tapenade” – because Matt and I got to reminiscing about our favorite places to eat in Bellingham and I remembered this awesome sandwich with olive tapenade, spinach and feta. YUM.

and anything else that popped into my head. Oh, yeah. I Googled ways to recycle plastic bottle caps. A “beaded” curtain made out of a colorful collection of those bottle caps? Probably not. Unless Sam’s preschool decides to do that as a Mother’s Day gift someday. In which case I would try to return the curtain in exchange for a set of thumbprint stationary.


What do you Google?

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