Is it just me? I’ll be totally honest and tell you I come from a very crazy family. We don’t even bother trying to hide it anymore. I absolutely get my humor from my father. But now that he’s in his mid 70’s I am starting to worry…. This is a man who never walks… Continue reading My Dad Texts Me Pictures of His New Underwear and Other Crazy Reasons I Frequently Drink
This picture is worth way more than 1000 words. This is my soon-to-be 99 year old grandmother. (my mom is in the purple shirt) She is facetiming my youngest son away at college. She is still so amazed at technology even though she has seen more in her lifetime than we ever will. The joy… Continue reading To Grandmother With Love On Facetime
Yep, you read the title correctly! Let’s talk about the fun parts of preparing for your funeral! (No I’m not drinking right now either…) Hitting midlife means you start to think about death and dying. But it doesn’t have to be all sad and morbid. Seriously, you can make it fantastic! My plan is pretty… Continue reading R.I.P. (Rest in Purse)
If you think Mother’s Day is all about relaxing and the rest of the family pampering mom, you are high. No, seriously. Let’s walk through my Mother’s Day. 8:00 am: We get up and get ready to drive down to visit my mom and grandmother (who is 98 by the way). College kid has been… Continue reading What a Real Mother’s Day Looks Like
Are you ready for Thanksgiving? What are you thankful for? Do you have one of those turkeys that they are recalling for salmonella? Do you have enough booze to keep your drunk uncle from being able to talk politics at the table? Have no fear! Hear are the 10 funniest Thanksgiving Tweets I could find… Continue reading 10 Funny Thanksgiving Tweets
Bah Humbug! Is it wrong that I have zero desire to buy gifts for anyone this year? Anyone else feel this way? I mean I could do it all online and it would be easy peasy and all that but I don’t even want to do that. It’s not that I don’t love my friends… Continue reading It’s November and I Don’t Feel the Christmas Cheer.
Guest post from my friend, Eli Pacheco, over at Coach Daddy Blog. These kids. They’re growing up with thumb swipes instead of mixtapes. They Facetime on their phones and have never had to wait for dial-up. Even Madison, in her ancient 20-somethings, used to squeeze the paw of stuffed animals because weren’t they allsupposed to talk?… Continue reading 10 things I Did That I Want My Kids To Do