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I Lied. It’s Really All About Me

My birthday is coming up. As expected, I get the “What do you want for your birthday?” query. Amazingly, people are aghast when I tell them, “Nothing”. Well, I don’t need anything. I’ve got a home, a wonderful family, and … Continue reading

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Too Much?

Me: Oh, come here Boo-Boo. Let me get that booger in your nose. My friend: Eeeeww! You pick your son’s nose? That’s gross! Me: How is that gross? I wipe s**t off his balls everyday! My friend: (pause) I really … Continue reading

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Just Some Randomness

My previous post was a bit of a rant. But, I needed to vent. The vodka I drank after Queen Bee and her family left wasn’t enough to wash the bitterness away. When I related the same incident to a friend of mine yesterday, … Continue reading

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Who Are You?

Don’t you just hate it when people indirectly insult you? Let me explain. I spent the weekend with my sisters. This is a fabulous and rare treat. Once the kids are down for the night, we get to just talk and drink a … Continue reading

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The Geeks Shall Inherit The Earth

My husband is having an all-guys weekend. Are they going camping? Golfing? Baseball? Nope. They are playing “Dungeons and Dragons”. Yes, I know. My husband is a geek. Would you believe that they’ve been playing the same campaign since university? … Continue reading

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Birthday Party Redux

This past weekend I had another birthday party for my son. Why? Well, when I was planning for the big day I wanted to invite absolutely everyone. After all, a first birthday is a huge event. When I looked at … Continue reading

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You Say It’s Your Birthday

Back in Grade 11, my teacher Mr. Vertolli told us that we should always use unlined paper to do math problems. “Lined paper forces you to think in straight lines. Use blank paper so that you think in circles.” Well, … Continue reading

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