Public Meltdown Cry. This starts with whimpers, watery eyes, maybe a tremble of the lips, a sour face, that look of utter unhappiness. Baby is going to have a meltdown. You may scan the area, see who might be watching. Look for which judging eyes will form opinions first when baby starts screaming. Will you interrupt someone’s dinner? Or, will someone think you are a bad mom? Or think, “Shut that kid up”. You want to run away fast, escape before the meltdown happens. But who cares? Kids cry, babies cry, even adults cry. No one really pays attention, but you.

Kate Hula

Kate Hula began writing as soon as she could hold a crayon in her hand and has been hooked with words, writing and storytelling ever since. By first grade, Kate completed her first novel, The Butterfly Catcher, with several other grade level masterpieces that only her mother has seen. Her writing ambition brought her to the University of Nebraska- Kearney where she graduated with a degree in Journalism while working part-time at a local television station. As time progressed, Kate moved to Lincoln and found the one thing she wasn't looking for, love. She met her future husband at a cheesy 80's cover band concert and her life changed forever. While balancing married life and a full time job, Kate has just enough time to do what she loves the most, writing. Follow Kate's hilarious and unconventional blog, the, about life as a thirty-something year old woman among a world of debauchery, annoyances and every day oddities that make life a little more interesting.