That's me in my car, waiting for one of my children to come out of an appointment, looking (as Brittany told me on Instagram) insouciant. Insouciant: free from concern, worry or anxiety; carefree; nonchalant; marked by blithe unconcern (from the French in - not and souciant - trouble, first documented usage 1799)
Hilarious! I particularly love the phrase blithe unconcern.
Lately, I've thought of myself more as a Xanthippe.
Xanthippe: a nagging, ill-tempered woman (after Xanthippe, wife of Socrates, who was portrayed as a nagging, quarrelsome woman, the word derived from xanthos (yellow) + hippos (horse), first documented usage was 1691)
Being back in the saddle, haranguing insurance companies, driving carpools, staying married and parenting all call for the Yellow Horse, no?