Childhood, Humor, Life

My Childhood Is Slipping Away As Evidenced by My Incapability Of Saving a Post

A few weeks ago, I began writing an amazing post about growing up in the 70's full of anecdotes, trivia and just FUN but I lost all of it. After consulting my friend Rosemary with back and forth exchanges full of WHAT THE HELL DID I DO'S?? and whimsical giphy's (because giphy's are whimsical!), it was decided… Continue reading My Childhood Is Slipping Away As Evidenced by My Incapability Of Saving a Post

Childhood, Humor, Life

Some of My Best Blog Post Ideas Come to Me in the Comment Section

Of other people's blogs. It's no surprise that I love to comment on other blogs posts. Yes, that's still a thing. I love supporting my fellow bloggers, I love having genuine conversations with them about A-Ha's Take on Me or how that fried ice cream casserole looks amazing but mostly because I love to talk.… Continue reading Some of My Best Blog Post Ideas Come to Me in the Comment Section

Childhood, Food, Link Party

The Easiest Cookie You Will Ever Make

  But you will have to wait three hours for them to bake.  I am upfront and honest because if that is too much of a commitment for you, then this is not your recipe. But let me just say that they are worth that wait time. I love meringue cookies. A little French patisserie in… Continue reading The Easiest Cookie You Will Ever Make

Childhood, Motherhood, Sponsored Post

Why Radio Flyer Makes Me Misty

  Whenever I hear the name Radio Flyer, I relate it to little red wagons. Oh sure, they make much more than just little red wagons but for me, Radio Flyer will always be synonymous with a wagon. My first little red wagon was given to me by my grandma for my first birthday. I would… Continue reading Why Radio Flyer Makes Me Misty

Childhood, Humor, Life

Writing Challenge #2- Julia Child Was My Big Bird

My earliest childhood memory isn't one where I am in a field of daisies running side by side with my mommy. It isn't nice and fuzzy and in technicolor majesty. It isn't even whimsical. My earliest memory involves me getting angry at the television set. Which, if you really know me, is quite fitting. I… Continue reading Writing Challenge #2- Julia Child Was My Big Bird

Childhood, Humor, Life

My Resume Proves Why I Should Be Famous

Famous people usually start out humbly. Stand on corners dressed as frankfurters or work as singing servers at a rock-and-roll joint. Have bosses that threaten to kill them and make it look like an accident or get fired on their first day for drinking on the job. I then by default should be famous. For… Continue reading My Resume Proves Why I Should Be Famous