Do you know how I know I should probably strive to get out of the house more often? The level of amusement I get out of trying to find the most ridiculous still in each week’s video. Clearly I need to take up another hobby. So it turns out that […]
But this is middle age, right? Attending more funerals than showers or weddings, watching your parents lose mobility and independence (if you’re lucky enough to still have your parents), seeing your siblings start to go gray and complain more about joint pain (if you’re lucky enough to still have a sibling), feeling the new knobbiness of your spouses knuckles when you grab his hand (if you’re still lucky enough to have a spouse), measuring your gums in the bathroom mirror to determine how much they’ve retreated….
It’s hard to learn a new song when you can’t stop singing RENT from beginning to end. I’m not going to say that Fox’s live production was the best thing I’ve ever seen. (I also won’t say it was the worst. Nor that I wish my house was less insulated.) […]
I am constantly trying to drive home to my kids (and husband) that word choice matters. There are so many wonderful words, why not make the extra effort to find the perfect one? And why get stuck using just a handful when you could communicate with a rainbow of words? […]
Earlier this week I realized it’s 2018. Let the jokes commence: I’m a little late to finally putting the correct date on my checks, right? Just in time to switch to 2019. But here’s the thing – in December of 2008 I was officially labeled in remission from lymphoma. Ten […]