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Is that Burning Hair I Smell?

April 15, 2011
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Is that Burning Hair I Smell?

I was having lunch with a friend, and she brought up the topic of her laser hair removal treatments. Now, immediately I became interested as this is the second time in about two weeks the…

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The Mom Dance

April 14, 2011
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The Mom Dance

One day, while I was visiting at my daughter’s college apartment, she and her roommate were telling me how they took their other roommate’s mom out to the bars for some dancing and college decadence. …

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Why Must There Always Be a Big Tease?

April 13, 2011
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While I was in the midst of giving birth years ago, the young medical resident, who was lucky enough to get the Christmas Day shift in labor and delivery, tried to explain to me how…

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From Pez Dispensers to Vibrators: A Museum for Everyone

April 13, 2011
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As I was standing in line at the grocery store, I noticed a Phillies Pez candy dispenser staring at me.  Okay, it wasn’t really staring, but it was eye level with me, and the little…

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Fur Flies at the Sonic Drive-In

April 12, 2011
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Sonic

Embed from Getty Images This morning, there seemed to be one crisis after another. I ran out of creamer for my coffee, one of my editors needed to vent at me about another writer, and…

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The Psychic and the Internet Minister

April 12, 2011
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The Psychic and the Internet Minister

I went with my friend to the psychic. Yes, the psychic. I know so many of you have opinions on psychics, but can you just try to hold them in while I tell this story? …

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Up, Up and Away

April 11, 2011
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Up, Up and Away

I would like to discuss Erectile Dysfunction. Obviously, I do not suffer from the malady, and when I told my husband I was writing about this, he emitted a loud gasp and then insisted that…

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The Umpire’s Wife Has Been Ejected!

April 10, 2011
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The Umpire’s Wife Has Been Ejected!

My husband has been a baseball and fast pitch softball umpire for about 10 years.  Some umpire wives go to games to see their husband’s ump.  Me, I rarely attend. It’s not that I am…

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The Plight of the Non-Essential Government Worker

April 8, 2011
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The Plight of the Non-Essential Government Worker

So, here we are in the middle of a budget war. At this point, even if Congress get its act together and agrees on a budget and avoids a long-standing federal government shut down, it…

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The Near Electrocution of the Cable Guy

April 7, 2011
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The Near Electrocution of the Cable Guy

I an attempt to lower my phone bill, I signed up for the Triple Play from my cable company.  What this means is that the cable company now has possession of my technology soul. They…

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