Monthly Archives: July 2018

Cocoon

To make a long story short, I was talking to my mother who was having a down day- and who basically sees everyone around her rapidly declining with one health issue or another. I get it, it is depressing! My … Continue reading

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Let’s Go, Keep It Comin’

Why is it I feel like I work for the township department as Director of Traffic? Every day there is someone who doesn’t understand that if it is red and there is no signage, you turn. Or, if its green … Continue reading

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Ladies And Gentlemen…..

Now when my son gets off his bus, I am on edge. Since the punching incident, I’ve been holding my breath that nobody else “annoys” him. Well, today, I asked how camp was and he told me he pin hugged someone. At … Continue reading

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Non-Opportunity Knocked

I don’t know if its my age, hormonal changes or the fact that I eat cabbage like foods, but I have had a hell of a time with gas lately. As one knows, their own fumes don’t cause much alarm…. … Continue reading

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First They Came, by Martin Niemöller

My middle child has never heard of the poem pertaining to the people who turned their heads the other way and said nothing…. but she sure sounded a bit familiar with the concept. Daughter: When brother splashed water on me, … Continue reading

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Rocky II

This evening I took my son to visit my grandfather and since he was in a bad mood, I decided to have my son share one of his “bad” days. Me: Tell Great Poppop what happened the other day at … Continue reading

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Alpha, Bravo, Charlie

Sometimes I feel like I work for NASA whenever I am speaking to any non-friend on the telephone. For instance, I had to make a new appointment with a doctor and since there are apparently “many” others with the same … Continue reading

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Ross Does Rachel

My child is into Friends- she loves watching the seasons on her iPad and is now up to season 6. It’s important to know this because my child knows every subtle reference that insinuates something else. Flash forward to last … Continue reading

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Friendly’s

This morning my dog was going ballistic, barking and scratching at my lace lined doors to get out. Apparently, a dog was walking by but his owner allowed him to enter our property by about 40 feet- which antagonized mine. … Continue reading

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What Do You Think?

This evening (*on a full stomach), I went to the market to retrieve snacks for my children. Now, I had showered earlier and was in my jammies, but I did put a pair of sweatpants and an oversized sweatshirt on- … Continue reading

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