I'm sending this pic to Webster's to go beside the word in their next dictionary edition.
Tonight's dinner conversation… (Upon hearing that I lost out on a job a couple of years ago because they Googled me and found this blog) Jill: WHAT?! It's not like you bitch about work on your blog! You're Sappy Chick! You're all kittens and puppies and shit!
Nanny: The reunion is the second Sunday in October. Mom: So it's next Sunday. Nanny: No it's the second Sunday. Mom: But tomorrow is the first Sunday so next Sunday is the reunion. Nanny: Well, it's not Sunday yet. Tomorrow is the next Sunday.
Got a blogging contributor gig. Wanna hear about it? Goes something like this: Drumroll, Please!.
Before walking became a "cool" exercise, my parents were all about going walking. I remember summer evenings marching around our huge back yard with Mom, Dad, and my brother for several laps multiple days every week. One evening my brother wanted to race from the very back of the yard to the back of the... Continue Reading →
I went and started another blog. I've said I didn't want to turn this blog into a weight loss blog, but I found I've been talking about this whole health change a lot. I still plan on posting other life stuff here; however, the new site will be where I chronicle the woes and wins... Continue Reading →
Saturday's discussions about where to dine for lunch inevitably turns to the lack of places to eat in Pickens and then to the restaurants that are coming soon, namely Zaxby's — which, due to my grandmother's trouble pronouncing her Xs, turns into Zappy's. Me: The article I saw in the paper says it's going to... Continue Reading →
She was born on Christmas Day 2000, one of six puppies from Momma Dog's second litter. When the first litter was born six months earlier, The Husband and I lived in an apartment that didn't allow pets, so we told his youngest brother (main caretaker of the dogs) that if she had another litter and... Continue Reading →
Him: What's the ricotta for? Me: I'm going to make pasta-less lasagna with zucchini instead of noodles. Him: Pasta-less lasagna? That's like God-less religion.