Before the internet was thunk
I'd grab my kids and dance.
I'd stop to change a diaper that stunk
Quiet the rowdies with just a glance.
Before the internet was the rage
I'd take walks with other moms.
I'd read a book, page by page,
And look quite good in thongs.
Before the internet was hot
I'd sleep at night with hubby.
I'd take the time to clean up snot
and hands and faces that were grubby.
Before the internet was mine
I'd talk and laugh with friends.
I was lookin' good and feelin' fine
And was quite proud of my rear end.
Before the internet was my life
I'd go spinning and lifting weights.
I was a playful mom and awesome wife
And it was good. No. It was great!
But alas I love the internet
And love to blog so dearly.
Wash the floor? Why? Just get it wet
And dusting is done yearly.
I used to have to leave my home,
To do banking, pay the bills.
Now from my desk, the stores I roam
Develop pictures, legalize wills.
Why play with kids, they're doing fine.
Where are they now? Who knows.
All is quiet, I hear no whine,
But their lack of parenting shows.
But that's okay, blog friends will say,
For we all have each other.
We give support in our own way,
Laugh and cry with one another.
Since the internet was born,
I've developed special friendships.
Although from some I feel the scorn
I really do believe this.
And yes I know that Mama Kat
Could really be a man.
But, see, I'm totally okay with that,
I'm definitely still a fan.
So that's my life before and aft
The computer was my centre.
And blogging is my art, my craft,
The margarita in my blender.
So come on over, meet the crew
We'll have a drink, on me.
Kat's kids will make the stew,
And we'll make blogging history.