In honor of my birthday on Wednesday, Mike and I celebrated a little early and had a podcast party Friday night. So enjoy this podcast in place of a post where we talk about: -a recent addition to my blog/podcasting family -my sweet grandma and a Google search that made me cry -there's a mannequin… Continue reading Podcast #9- It’s Birthday Week!
I love stock photos. A whimsical woman laying in bed wearing a party hat and laughing at a donut with a candle in it. I realize this is for a photo op, but what if it isn't? What if this is just her life? Psst, guess what? IT'S BIRTHDAY MONTH. This episode is jam-packed. Like I… Continue reading Screw It, I’m Eating Tater Tots, Episode 25 (My 50th. Again.)
I recently took an impromptu photoshoot in my kitchen on a random Friday afternoon. I didn't plan it, I just happened to look in the mirror and noticed that amid a pandemic, days before my 50th birthday, no makeup on, that I looked decent and I also knew that someday I will want to remember… Continue reading This is 50
My friend Erika wrote a post last year, "Nifty Fifty Survey" which lists 50 questions and answers. I love posts like these, selfishly to write and less to read. Like, I want to know probably 20 things about you but after that, I'm not really listening anymore and I know you are probably like that… Continue reading 50 Questions-One for Each Year of My Life
I have written about my birthday month for several years now but for those who are new, I celebrate the entire month of my birth by writing fun posts of no substance. Okay, I do that all year round. But in the month of my birth, I do have more fun with the blog than… Continue reading Screw It, I’m Eating Tater Tots- Part Twelve (Birthday Month Edition)
Today is April 1st which means the first day of birthday month, bitches. No exclamation point because birthday month also means quarantine month which also means my actual birthday (the 28th) is going to be spent in quarantine. But I am actually not as sad as I thought I would be. I just want everyone… Continue reading Good News in the Midst of So Much Bad