Monthly Archives: May 2014

Ode to Hubby

Mother’s day is all about the mother of your children. Flowers are beautiful- homemade gifts are a delight. But to think a card and flowers are enough for giving you a family- a legacy, perhaps you ought to see # … Continue reading

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Top 10 Mother’s Day Gifts

1. Sleeping in 2. Sleeping in some hotel alone 3. Not doing a single thing for the children who made the day possible. 4. Watching hubby run around like a chicken without his head whilst I play online poker all … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

The best Mother’s Day gift would be my nanny working and taking care of the house since hubby seems to be inept in this department on any day of the week- but more so on this particular day, and me … Continue reading

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I Don’t See Anything!

This is the mantra of all my offspring when we are about to embark on a 20 minute plus car ride, and hubby tries to put on a DVD. Typically, we will spend 8 minutes in our driveway trying to … Continue reading

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Portable DVD Players

When I got my new wheels, it was very important for hubby to put in a “state of the art” portable DVD system- the whole nine yards! That was 2 years ago. And in 2 years, we have managed to … Continue reading

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Helicopter

I have a younger colleague who has trouble processing her thoughts, and during a staff meeting, it isn’t any better. And sometimes, I have more patience than other times- like the time the other day. “Hi Margie! What’s the news?” … Continue reading

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Don’t Think!

Lately, my nanny has had some “misunderstandings,” with things that I ask. For example, the other day I asked her to prepare Leeks and Potatoes with olive oil and garlic. In two separate dishes, she had leeks and in another, … Continue reading

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Red and Yellow and Pink and Green

Several colors mentioned to me regarding my hair color. However, on this last touch up, I was finally feeling like the old me, “good ole blonde.” That is, until a collegue came up to me before the start of my … Continue reading

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Splitting Heirs

I decided while en route through a horrific neighborhood to a viewing, that I would not be buried in bumblefuck, XX, nor would I have my service in some former Jewish neighborhood that only sees Jews on sad occassions. Nope! … Continue reading

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The Elephant in the Room

I attended my first and last viewing; it was for a dear friend of mine who’s mother died. Now, I am all for freedom of religion and feel many religions have wonderful traditions and customs. For example: I love the … Continue reading

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