Monthly Archives: September 2022

ABC NEWS LIVE- Hurricane Ian

I just cannot stand idiots; between the shmucks who thought they could weather the storm or the newscasters. This evening, while I prefer to remain ignorant to news, hubby had it on. Despite trying not to listen, I simply couldn’t … Continue reading

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Homey Say What?!

First, just allow me to say that the nurse that called out my weight when I was facing backwards, is so afraid of me. Even if I ask, “how many pounds did I lose this week?” he won’t budge. In … Continue reading

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Twinsies

The other evening at back-to-school night for my two eldest children, the teacher began her schpiel about their current activity: family trees. However, it’s not about who was your great-grandmother on your maternal side! It was about who had (there … Continue reading

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WaWa

The other day I needed to do some errands- but first, a pit stop to WaWa. With my gals in tow, we headed inside to pick up a few things. My eldest got cheese and grapes, my middle bought gum … Continue reading

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Nobody Puts Baby In The Corner

Last week began the migration to the new office space. An email from our boss came out that “nobody should choose a desk, until all your space mates arrive.” Sounded appropriate. Wise, in fact. However, the folks in my suite … Continue reading

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LOOK AROUND, LOOK AROUND…

Once again, I had to take my lenses to the optical shop for a readjustment. I repeat: I had to take my lenses to the optical shop. Not the DMV, not the Post Office, not the hospital, not a doctor’s … Continue reading

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When Then?

My mother and I were talking about when is a good time to die, since I was about to have chemo and then drive to Jersey for a Shiva. She was concerned for me running around post chemo. So, I … Continue reading

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She’s Rubber, I’m Glue

The other day en route to the geriatric center, my mother and I were talking about her cousin and how she could have possibly died (48 hours earlier). She was only eighteen months older than my mother and had been … Continue reading

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