A Month With My Mother, Day 3

why on earth didn’t somebody tell me that my mouth was having trouble keeping up with my words? good lord. that’s kinda’ like having lipstick on your teeth or leaving the bathroom with your skirt tucked up in your panties. well, hopefully, it’s fixed now. which is why day 3 is going up on day 4.

i had a lot to learn.

and buy. . .

i’m still doing the old perfect protest.


  1. Sally G.

    I assumed it was my laptop that was messing up the word/mouth syncing. While I’ll miss the whole ‘Japanese Martial Art Movie’ effect (their lips NEVER match dialogue) ~ it was FABULOUS to watch this all taking place cohesively!

    When this series is done – you need to go on a Road Trip with your Mom ~ and end each day with a v-log update of where you ended up as a result of the Point and Turn method that so frazzled you today.

    While I enjoy the humour in which you are presenting your days – the Compassionate side of me marvels at the love in your heart and admires it – a lot.

    • whollyjeanne

      a japanese martial arts movie – now that’s funny.

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