If you have a perimenopause or menopause story you'd be willing to share, I would like to talk to you. It doesn't have to be exciting, nor does it have to be dramatic. I would like an honest snapshot of what you went through. If you have questions, I would love those too. I am… Continue reading Podcast Episode #6- Menopause Practitioners, Hot Flashes, and Exciting News
I was looking for a picture of my hair for the April tater tot post to compare hair lengths to last year because of a story I told in one of last year's tater tot posts. Let me clarify. I wanted to take a picture of my current hair length to show the progress. I… Continue reading A Year of Reality
The "wow" is code for marijuana. Ella’s horse instructor informed us that Snoop Dogg's recipe book, From Crook to Cook, has been sustaining her family this quarantine and she had my interest piqued at "Bow Wow Brownies" instantly. If you weren’t in the know, Snoop Dogg is a rapper and he appreciates a good joint… Continue reading Last Week Called for Bow Wow Brownies Minus the Wow
So the Universal things just keep occurring, but then I also have poop sandwich weeks, just in case you think I am always happiness and rainbows, because that would be so obnoxious, wouldn't it? Someone who is having happiness 24/7 while the rest of the world is imploding? Even if I had that, I wouldn't… Continue reading Good Thing I’m Not Afraid of Rabbits
When I was 14, they released this album: Frankie Goes to Hollywood's Welcome to the Pleasuredome. It was groundbreaking considering that they were openly gay in 1984. I LOVE THE HELL OUT OF THAT. Very groundbreaking also considering that the word "period" wasn't even allowed on television until a solid year later… Continue reading Screw It, I’m Eating Tater Tots- Episode 19 (Welcome to the Menopausedome)
My whole life I have been known to have what is called, “a way with words”.
That is a nice way of saying “I have no tact at times when tact is very much needed”.
I would never have done well in olden times.
You know, when women were required to be quiet and discreet.
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