According to the Mayans, today is the first day of…wait, no. That’s not it. Today is the last day. Yes, because the Mayan calendar ends today, supposedly the earth will explode. Or twirl off its axis. Or something.
Please. I have a Mickey Mouse calendar that ends in August. Do I think that means September won’t [...]
Is it just me or has the lead up to this election lasted 500 years? No? OK, fine. Maybe it just seems like it’s lasted 500 years. And for this I blame Facebook.
Look, in the good old days (and by that I mean any time prior to 2004) politics was something many people [...]
Today is the 11th anniversary of September 11, 2001. In our house, Junior (who was in kindergarten when it happened) called it “the bad day.” And that’s what Harry and I have called it ever since. So on this anniversary of The Bad Day, I am linking to a blog I found by accident this [...]Read More..>>
I found this on Huffington Post, which honestly has not been the same since AOL purchased it, but let’s not go there, ok? Anyway, I love this video. You have to watch it.The thing I love most is that the woman is dancing with her son, who is a dancer and had no idea his [...]Read More..>>
About two weeks ago, when Junior had a raging case of mono, a weird thing happened in our fridge.
Leftovers went uneaten.
I know, right? I personally have not seen a leftover in our fridge since Junior started the massive growth spurt called teenager-hood. I mean, I’d heard rumors that other people had leftovers that lasted more [...]
Two words: Karen Klein. Most of you have probably heard of her – she’s the 60-something school bus monitor who was bullied by several 7th graders while she was on duty. If you haven’t seen the video, it’s worth a look, so I’ve posted it here. Warning: It’s difficult to watch and has some language [...]Read More..>>
Good news, everyone! The CDC has decided we are not in danger of a zombie apocalypse. Obviously, all Americans were worried and fearful that a zombie apocalypse was imminent and our government stepped in to calm us down. Aren’t they nice? I mean, we could have spent days, weeks, or even precious nanoseconds worried that [...]Read More..>>