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Hey, everyone. I wanted to pop in and tell you all that things are going to be a little weird around here for a while. Joy is a little under the weather, and I’m more than a little insane with … Continue reading
If happiness was the national currency, what kind of work would make you rich?
Almost 30% of Americans admit they don’t know how to cook. What common, everyday skill are you completely lacking?
A new survey shows that women worry more than men about losing their looks as they get older, while men worry about the quality of their sex lives. What worries you most about aging?
Imagine a childhood so horrid that, when you reached adulthood, you felt justified in filing a lawsuit against your mother for “bad parenting”. Your childhood must have been pretty bad, right? Maybe she beat you – and not just a … Continue reading
I was watching an episode of Rizzoli and Isles last week and Lorraine Bracco’s character (she plays Angie Harmon’s mom) said “I’m sick of not eating the good candy and always saving it for later. I want to eat the good candy … Continue reading
This is a very personal story this time. I can’t get this out of my head and most of the time I wish I could go back and have a Mulligan, a do over. This is what happened last week … Continue reading
Josh has a toybox in our great room. The box is the catcher-of-all-things. A Box of Holding, for you D&D fans. Mary Poppin’s carpetbag for others. You get the drift, it seems bottomless. So, this morning, I was on the … Continue reading
How do you handle pain? Is your threshold high or low? Do you cry? Yell? Just be quiet? What do you do? I was watching an episode of The Bold And The Beautiful a few weeks ago and Amber was … Continue reading
Is history important to you? I’ve always loved history. Mostly American history but I really do love all history. So when I read this, it made me feel bad. Who decides what gets taken out of our classroom curriculum’s? Remember when … Continue reading
I’m sure by now all of you have seen this. Okay, I have a rant coming. I’m not even going to bother saying that I’ll give my opinion after all of you. I think this is the ultimate in bad … Continue reading
I know we’ve talked about this before but it was a long time ago and other than SKL, most of the others who come here, didn’t then. So, one more time. What brought this up was I was chatting this … Continue reading
I was sitting watching Ordinary People (at minute 1:53 is what inspired this post) a few weekends ago and I was just floored when Judd Hirsch, who played a psychiatrist, sat in his office WITH HIS patient smoking one cigarette after … Continue reading
A whopping 85% of British women admit they flirt in order to get discounts on everything from gym memberships to travel agencies to the local bar. Are you a flirt? If so, what have you gained and/or gotten away with … Continue reading
The lucky guy who scored the Mega Millions winning ticket said someone deliberately cut in front of him and bought a ticket, just before he purchased the $319 Million winner. He attributed winning the jackpot to ‘the fickle finger of … Continue reading
This is a topic with which I am completely, utterly unfamiliar. On The Talk today, the ladies touched briefly on the subject of drinking while on a “playdate”. Now, I don’t do traditional playdates very often. I don’t get with … Continue reading
I can remember when I was a little girl and my parents would be talking about something in hushed tones and they’d tell us that “this stays in the family.” We knew that this was something we weren’t supposed to … Continue reading