Monthly Archives: August 2018

New Norms

I’m thinking that the way things have always been done in the Jewish community when a loved one dies has to change. For starters, let’s talk fish. How can one have a fish platter for a bris and post coital … Continue reading

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Double Dipping

I’m starting a new business- Open Shivas. Before you naysay it, just listen: When someone dies, the funeral director contacts realtors- now it could be a lottery situation or perhaps like advertising, the highest bidder would receive the call. Then, … Continue reading

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Let Your Fingers Do The Shopping

I’ve found a new way to shop online- look up any item and see how many emails you get on said product from every vendor- even whilst just surfing FB. The other day I put an item in my “cart,” … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts

If supermarkets are going to start having dermatologists in one of the aisles so that it could be the “one stop shop,” I was thinking that live music could be had at doctors’ offices. …. Does anyone keep the plastic … Continue reading

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Progressives

When I went to the eye doctor they asked if I was ready for progressives- so instantly I was annoyed. But the worst part of the visit was when they diluted my eyes so that any visible light burned me … Continue reading

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Opened Doors

“What Is Something You’ll Never See At A Synagogue- For $500.”

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Passive Agressive

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That’s! My Girl

My kids are the pickiest eaters in the world- but my middle child could be the most difficult of my bunch. The other day I made her grilled cheese- for the second time in her life. The first time, she … Continue reading

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Cheeri’oh No

The other day after I put my son on the bus to camp at his friend’s stop, I noticed his cup of cheerios on the stoop. On the ride home, I decided to have some- even though they are carbs- … Continue reading

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