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Nothing says ‘I love you’ like S**t!

May 28, 2017
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Nothing says ‘I love you’ like S**t!

My Mom is a May baby. She was, in fact, born on Mother’s Day. I’ve been double whammied ever since. This is ironic since I was my Dad’s Father’s Day gift. She is the sort…

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Squash, anyone?

April 21, 2017
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Squash, anyone?

  Mammograms are a necessary evil for women “of a certain age”. If we look for the reason why, the answer “men” springs to mind. I admit I have no evidence to support this theory,…

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Freddie Mercury and the Earworm

March 19, 2017
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Freddie Mercury and the Earworm

  Someone got my old lady dander up. Like a lot of other screen addicts, my daughter has discovered the miracle of you tube. I was already scratching my head at her watching other people…

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Dinner and a Horror Show

February 16, 2017
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Dinner and a Horror Show

   God knows it was about time. We had done everything we could but when it finally happened, we weren’t surprised. “Can you get us one more month?”, I asked. “Yeah, but that’s about it.…

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Guilt, Guilt and more Guilt

February 9, 2017
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Guilt, Guilt and more Guilt

Guilt, the gift that keeps on giving. It seems that I spend a ridiculous amount of my life attempting to alleviate it. Just today, it snowed and school was cancelled. Must be a real blizzard…

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Karma, Where Are You??

January 18, 2017
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How do you handle it when things go wrong? I don’t mean wrong in the sense that “oh damn, something broke” or “I’m late”. I mean things like relatives in the hospital, a disappearing spouse…

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Winter, you stink.

January 9, 2017
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I have a few friends who are glad the holidays are over. Truthfully, I’m kind of bummed. There are plenty of things that annoy me about the Christmas season. Most of them are my fellow…

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Turkey Day Wish

December 4, 2016
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Turkey Day Wish

  It finally happened, I got a holiday! Our little family was finally able to stay home for Thanksgiving. It felt like we were officially recognized as grownups. Last year my mom decided to spend that…

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A Summer Memory

November 20, 2016
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A Summer Memory

It was not, as I recall, one of my better summers. I had been doing temp work at a bank where I was hoping to get hired permanently. At the time, I had been recently…

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Invisible Vegetables, Sandwich Bags and Other Hauntings

November 3, 2016
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Invisible Vegetables, Sandwich Bags and Other Hauntings

The grownups, on the other hand, don’t look cute when we grow. We’ll be eating leftover Halloween candy through Easter. Is it ok to be almost grateful for preservatives? It’s really not a goal for…

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