Monthly Archives: May 2013

Time Out

Today we took the kids to hubby’s uncle’s unveiling- but decided that they should remain in the car and watch a movie on our high tech DVD player that we randomly can figure out. Unfortunately, hubby parked the car next … Continue reading

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2 Eggs Over Easy

This morning I was at the most vile diner- for a second time in my life; hubby’s 1000th. And while I love to watch the same waitress smoking outside, take my order, hubby informed me that the whole staff is … Continue reading

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What’s In Your Pouch?

While lying down on the table, day 4 of a starvation cleanse, the waxer takes a look at me, gasps, and then states are you… pregnant? oh my….!” So one must ask, especially since this is MONTHS after the last … Continue reading

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Vogue

While passing a billboard- or maybe it was just flipping through a magazine or FB post, I noticed an ad for Child Trafficking. Of course, I was struck by the pretty little girl and then wondered: what mother allows their … Continue reading

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Shit Stained Toilet Paper For Sale

Apparently I actually know people who stalk these online yardsale sites to buy other people’s $4 crap. So I thought, maybe I should just see if anyone wants to buy some gentlyused toilet paper.

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Facebook for Dummies

Since when has the Yellow Pages been replaced by online community groups?? The other day, I was reading yet another moronic shout out, “does anybody know of a good exterminator?” and thought- were you hatched?? Do you not have either … Continue reading

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Time for the Ine

So I had to make a quick waxing appointment- for I forgot I was going away the following week. And what still makes me a little uncomfortable is this: when the husband of the owner, sits at the front desk … Continue reading

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Things Jewish Mothers Say

While contemplating the past 14 hours of my mother’s day, I realized that I could be a youtube.com sensation. Here are some things I noticed that I said (or would say): Where are my kids? It’s Mother’s Day, when will … Continue reading

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