Monthly Archives: March 2017

Shame! Shame!

Last night I took my crew to see a local town hall meeting. It was over 100 degrees in the room (or at least it felt that way)- and it was standing room only. I was trying to keep my … Continue reading

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The Main Event

I’ve decided that the theme for my baby’s birthday party will be Pokemon. I’ll have all the characters displayed on the walls…. some big balloons with the infamous characters…. I’ll even set off some “lures” to have my boy’s friends … Continue reading

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Pussycat

As long as I can remember, my grandfather has called me, Pussycat my entire life. In fact, he calls all the women in my family by the same name. It’s been something of conversation amongst my friends who’ve heard him call me … Continue reading

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Don’t Ever Call Me Stupid… Again

The other evening my hubby and I went to a fundraiser for my son’s school. While talking with the director’s husband- a man my husband has known for over 15 years, a man who drove his wife and us to … Continue reading

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I See Dead People

The other day while driving with my two youngest, my son said, “there’s a lot more dead people than there are alive people.” Not sure where this was going, especially with my anxious daughter in the car, I sat and … Continue reading

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Just Jews

The other day we were at my daughter’s well visit and the pediatrician asked her what her plans were for the upcoming summer. When we discussed camp the doctor said, “oh, my son wants to go to overnight camp too!” … Continue reading

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Take Cover!

While planning for the massive snow storm we never received, I stopped at the market for some essentials: Garbanzo beans, Limes and Donuts and Chocolate Chips. The other patrons had carts filled with milk, eggs and “real essentials.”

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Mosquitos

I recently held a seminar with my employees about the world’s deadliest mosquitos…. and when the speaker addressed the audience and posed the question, “do you think the male or female mosquitos are the ones who carry the diseases?” I mouthed to … Continue reading

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Abe Lincoln

While having a discussion with historical caretakers of the former great president’s home, two things came up before my employees. First, that apparently Abe did not own slaves- as I had believed my whole life. And second, while virtually touring … Continue reading

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I Have A Little Dreidel

I recently met with a few employees and their significant others- and discussed their performance as of late. During one of the discussions on “scientific research,” where employees had to create a spinning prototype…. they told their staunch republican, blue … Continue reading

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