the pleasure of a terrible guilty binge

This weekend I fell into a vortex of bad television. Do you have TV show you hate to admit to watching? Mine is embarrassing. Like, really really embarrassing. I have to preface the name of the show with a yes I know this show is terrible and anti-feminist and trashy and portrays Americans at their worst.… Continue reading the pleasure of a terrible guilty binge

what we can learn from #aprilthegiraffe

I tuned into the live feed of April, the expecting giraffe, out of curiosity over a week ago. It really worked as a distraction from writing in here, plus I kept reading "breaking news" about it. I searched through the Facebook and once the stream was set-up, found myself somehow calmed by April's presence. She's just… Continue reading what we can learn from #aprilthegiraffe

the lost art of conversation

When I close my eyes and remember my childhood, and picture my mom, she's on the phone. My mom spent a great deal of her day gabbing on the phone. Having private conversations with her girlfriends, relatives, gossiping and laughing and pretty much lost in her own world. Thinking about it now, it was the… Continue reading the lost art of conversation

rory sucks

I interrupt my usual blog roll of bored suburban mom life to discuss something very boring, unless you are a Gilmore Girls fan. Be warned, spoilers ahead. It's pretty obvious the creators of Gilmore Girls have strong opinions about millennials. Rory represents us at our worst: entitled, whiny, directionless, snobby. Seriously, what happened to the head-strong,… Continue reading rory sucks