eHarmony for your clothes

Most things in this world get “matched” with something as opposed to existing completely on their own. Peanut butter with jelly, chalk with a chalkboard, JLo with back-up dancers, you get the idea. I mentioned in a previous post about my failure in the kitchen. It also extends to food shopping. My husband will quietlyContinue reading “eHarmony for your clothes”

Field Trip Fashion

So I volunteered to chaperone my daughter’s 2nd grade field trip. I can only assume I was drinking when I signed up for this. Volunteers are needed at schools. But you must know your own strengths and weaknesses when it comes to helping out with school functions. Some moms are rock stars at baking, someContinue reading “Field Trip Fashion”

The Official Start of Summer

Some say it is memorial day weekend. Others stick with the very official summer solstice in June. Since I have children I think of it when the kids have completed the school year.   I think the same applies to my friends who are teachers as well! Given this  upcoming date I might not be able to post as much. MyContinue reading “The Official Start of Summer”

The Great White T-Shirt.

I was in a cold sweat the other morning tearing the house apart looking for my favorite white t-shirt. I was ripping through closets, drawers, dirty laundry, even accusing the dog of taking it.  Then I had the opposite of  a Oprah Aha moment, it was more like a Homer Simpson D’Oh moment. Remember my post the other week when IContinue reading “The Great White T-Shirt.”

Word to your Mother.

If you are lucky enough to have a mom, be a mom (pets count too), or know a mom then you know this is a holiday that celebrates women. It is so nice to get the gifts and homemade cards from the kids but it also is pretty amazing all the cards and well wishesContinue reading “Word to your Mother.”

Cleaning before the cleaning lady.

Those who know me well know I DO NOT cook well. I have tried. And failed. And failed miserably.  I do not even like to cook. I am a grazer. I hate the preparation of cooking a large meal. I lack the patience. And then I have to clean it all up? I am just as happy with veggies, humusContinue reading “Cleaning before the cleaning lady.”

Crayola Style

Remember that scene in the Devil Wears Prada where Anne Hathaway’s character Andy is schooled on the history of her cerulean blue sweater? You can watch it here on Hulu.com for a refresher. Sure Miranda was mean to Andy in her explanation but she was right. On a side note how amazing was Meryl Streep in that role?!? The birth and life cycleContinue reading “Crayola Style”

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