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I made this vlog last year for my old blog (The Mother Load), but was looking for a reason to run it again this year when Renee A. Schuls-Jacobson of Lessons From Teachers and Twits contacted me … Continue reading
I’m linking up today with the Red Dress Club to talk about what I’m grateful for. I am grateful for so many things: my freedom of speech, my nice house and my mama minivan. Grateful for my family and friends, my … Continue reading
Here’s me in all my glory. This is how scary I look like on a daily basis. I meant to shower this morning thank goodness there’s no smell-o-vision. BEWARE: I violated my own personal vlogging rule, which is to try to keep the … Continue reading
Many of you have heard about the fundraiser The Father Load and I participated in last night called The Sasone Wedding. Sasone is an organization that benefits Jewish children with special needs. Part of the evening included a “wedding,” wherein … Continue reading
Please welcome Sarah, The Crazy Baby Mama, (@_CrazyBabyMama_ on Twitter, don’t forget the underscores!) who has agreed to a little cross-pollination today! Below you will find one of her most hilarious posts, and if you hop over to her blog today, you’ll … Continue reading
I am a Jew. Please don’t stop reading, I swear this is not a post about religion because that is something I don’t typically write about on my blog. One of the most important Jewish traditions is the ritual of observing … Continue reading
I helped Kelly over at Speaking From the Crib with a Hanukkah-related post for today. Go check her out & see! I have really enjoyed working with Kelly. She is so sweet & thoughtful and I love that she was … Continue reading
If you’d like to play along, please check out Mama Kat’s blog. ***The prompt I’ve chosen for today is an open letter to Santa.*** Dear Santa, First of all, I’m really sorry that my family confused you when I was little. My … Continue reading
The Night That Began Eight Years of Wedded Bliss, or, The Look of Terror On My Face On My Wedding Night
On this day eight incredible years ago, Hubs and I quit living in sin got married. Surrounded by our families and closest friends, we spoke our own vows and became one under the chuppa (for you non-Jews, that’s the marriage … Continue reading
Made the honey cakeSo dry the dog won’t eat it.Should’ve done box mix.____________________ Time for Tekiah GedolahI would have passed out by nowHow does he do it???____________________ Dinner prep at two,Red wine goes in the brisket–And into my glass.______________________ Round … Continue reading