IN OTHER WORDS | How to Survive Costco with Kids

1. Feed them first.  Now is not the time to worry about portion size or healthy options. Hello? You’re at Costco. This is about survival. Greasy pizza the size of their head? Check. Enormous nitrate-filled hot dog? Done. Mountain of frozen yogurt? Yes, please. Just get something in their pie holes before you shop. If they […]

IN OTHER WORDS | Giving Thanks to Women Who Blog

<a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/12978045/?claim=ajkj56g5yau”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> Since August, when I joined blogging groups, I have met the best women. Great writers, hilarious people, and caring humans. Most of these women I’ve never actually met. We are friends by name, Facebook status and Twitter handle. And I feel loved. These women have got my back. When […]

IN OTHER WORDS | That’s Funny

Today’s #NaBloPoMo prompt asks: Are you the funny one in most groups? I do enjoy making people laugh. One of the sweetest sounds is that of laughter, especially unexpected, gut-busting, surprised-by-something laughter. Best kind: when it follows something I said or it’s my kid doing the laughing. I once took a stand up comedy class […]