Easter during Covid19

Don’t worry, I am tossing some humor your way. We can’t be negative and so serious all the time. WWJD? (Christian Humor) Here we are the day after Easter. It was weird. No town egg hunts or family all coming together for that home cooked meal (or in my case, carry out). No church service.… Continue reading Easter during Covid19

Midlife and Expiration Dates

Just before I sat down to blog today, I had to grab a cup of coffee. Usually we have half n half on hand but not today! I was (as any coffee addict would) about to have a panic attack. Then I spied a half gallon of fat free milk. Winner Winner! Until I noticed… Continue reading Midlife and Expiration Dates

Just Running to the Store – Guest Post by Sherry Stanfa-Stanley

I spent the morning concocting homemade salsa for my famous fish tacos. After chopping up tomatoes, peppers and a portion of my left thumb, all that stood between me and an Iron Chef award was cheese. Sighing, I threw on my lawn-mowing shoes from the garage steps and resigned myself to that special hell known… Continue reading Just Running to the Store – Guest Post by Sherry Stanfa-Stanley

Ladies, Stop Trying to Have it All!

We’ve been taught all our lives that women can have it all. I call BS. We need to stop telling our daughters the same thing. Now hear me out before you start judging me and call me anti-feminist and shame me in my own blog comments. I hear it all the time. I see it… Continue reading Ladies, Stop Trying to Have it All!

Midlife Crisis or Midlife Breakthrough?

According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary, A Midlife Crisis is defined as: : a period of emotional turmoil in middle age characterized especially by a strong desire for change Well damn. Emotional Turmoil, Desire for Change. Yep. That just about covers it. Almost. I started this blog when I hit midlife and the kids were just about… Continue reading Midlife Crisis or Midlife Breakthrough?

Why Do We Still Dream About Our High School Locker?

Is it a dream or nightmare? I’ve been out of high school for many years and I still have that dream. You know the one, where we can’t get our locker open or we can’t remember which class we are supposed to go to and we are extremely late for class as it is. I… Continue reading Why Do We Still Dream About Our High School Locker?

Why a Midlife Crisis Mom Should Be The Next President of America.

Trigger Warning: THIS is not a real political post. THIS is humor and satire. Not meant to offend or upset anyone. Just a “Giggle Getter”. With the upcoming elections in 2020, we should all be prepared for a real shitshow no matter what. From now till the election day (and beyond) we are going to… Continue reading Why a Midlife Crisis Mom Should Be The Next President of America.

Rock You Like A Hurricane

Now you can’t get that song by The Scorpions out of you head. lol Sorry not sorry. We just made it through Hurricane Dorian. Raleigh, NC made it ok. No real damage. The coast, not so much. Tornados and water spouts, flooding and power outages. But nothing compared to some of the Bahama Islands that… Continue reading Rock You Like A Hurricane

Hot Flashes are Back with a Vengeance

I think I have been going through menopause for at least 30 years now. It sure feels that way. I thought the symptoms were getting better but then the hot flashes came back. With a vengeance. I’m sweating in places no one should sweat. And it’s no mist either. It’s a full on rain forest… Continue reading Hot Flashes are Back with a Vengeance

Drama on My Facebook Page. Haters and Grammar Police.

Sweet. Baby. Jesus. There’s drama on Midlife Margaritas FB page again. This time it’s over a little meme I shared from Snarky Breeders. So I’m throwing her under the bus too. lol Here’s the meme in question: Just to be clear. I love ALL lifeguards. But THIS was just someone’s little sarcastic meme that made… Continue reading Drama on My Facebook Page. Haters and Grammar Police.