Monthly Archives: May 2014

May Funny Friday and Two Sad Stories of My Pathetic College Days

Today’s post is May’s Funny Friday, a regular feature published on the last Friday of every month. It’s a collaborative project where one of the participants submits a picture, then we all write five captions or thoughts inspired by that … Continue reading

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The Latest Update on Our Move to Richmond

Lately I’ve been getting that “you’re still here?” question a lot from people around town and local law enforcement. So, maybe it’s time to give another update on our move to Richmond. We sold our house. The closing date is … Continue reading

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Eating Wire and Old Clothes at El Amigo

Yesterday, some friends and I had lunch at that Mexican restaurant in front of the old Kroger. It’s the only eating establishment I know of which is referred to, not by name, but by a landmark that’s been closed for … Continue reading

Posted in Compuesto, El Amigo, mexican food translations into English, Papi Loco's, Pico de Gallo, Pollo Ahogado, rooster's beak | 5 Comments

Squeaker Shoes: A Surefire Way to Make Your Toddler Want to Murder You

This morning at Kroger, I was strongly tempted to put down the cantaloupe I was checking for freshness and call DFACS about the cute, yet neurologically abusive shoes a mom was making her daughter wear. Yep, I’m sure you’ve already … Continue reading

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Suffering from "Low T" and other daily maintenance problems

One of the things I really hate about my husband James living two states away is when a situation arises that I’m not equipped to handle on my own. Like anything to do with my vehicle other than driving it … Continue reading

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