What I’m Into :: May 2017

What I’m Into :: May 2017

Well, it’s official: I am an old person. I don’t say this because my husband turned 40 last year (which means I will hit that milestone next year) or because I graduated from high school 20 years ago. Nope, I’m referring to my inability to restrain...
What I’m Into :: April & May 2016

What I’m Into :: April & May 2016

A couple weeks ago I shared a comic on Facebook with two women talking about how fast this spring has gone by. One said she couldn’t believe it was already April, and then the other one said, “Um…you know it’s May now, right?”...
When Do You Break Up with a TV Show?

When Do You Break Up with a TV Show?

The second season of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt was released on Netflix last week. Sadly for me, Mark got the stomach flu over the weekend and was here, hogging up my TV time, even more than usual. (Obviously, a stomach virus is sad for me because I love him and...
So Much Fall TV, So Little Time

So Much Fall TV, So Little Time

I don’t know if you’ve heard or not, but the season of pumpkin-spiced everything is upon us. Fall actually is my favorite season, with its beautiful changing leaves and cold snaps that kill pollen and apple-flavored drinks (which I favor over the popular...
What I’m Into :: Summer 2015

What I’m Into :: Summer 2015

I wanted two things from our family vacation. TWO THINGS. I wanted a family photo and a Christmas ornament. Which I got. But I should have specified, it seems, because what I really wanted was a GOOD family photo where all four of us are looking at the camera and...

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