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I’m honored today to share a guest post with you written by a dear friend. She wishes to remain anonymous and I am over the moon to host her here. She will reply to your comments via my username. Please … Continue reading
It’s dark and late, so late I don’t even hear the Clydesdales clopping anymore. Ambling down Bourbon Street barefoot, I admire my OPI Red pedicure, although surely it will soon be coated with dirt. Blissfully drunk, my shoulders bump into my friends beside me. I laugh, so … 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
**If you missed my post about finding a lump in my breast last week, go here first. I had my MRI at 7:45 this morning. My friend Anne met me there (The Father Load was unable to come) and I … Continue reading
I’m feeling grateful for so many things, and need to make an effort to list them more often. But in no particular order, I am especially appreciative of and grateful for: My incredible network of Twitter friends who are helping me … Continue reading
The Father Load and I spent the weekend in Savannah, where my BFF got married. It was a fantastic weekend filled with fun, new friends, amazing food, Southern hospitality, and Moon Pies…. Heather (The Beautiful Bride) and I at the … 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
Those who were there remember this well. Why couldn’t anyone properly hold up MY chair during the Hava Nagila? A close up of the sheer terror I was feeling just before they dropped me. Just Married! Me and my maids!Heather, … Continue reading