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My Sister-in-Law Is Ruining the U.S. Economy
Using Technology To Avoid Commitment (The Padded Room Variety)
My Dad Has No Rhythm, Yet Is Master Of The Dance
Last Minute Gift Ideas To Keep You From Becoming Ebenezer Screwed
Homo Sapiens Vacationus At The Watering Hole
Mortal Kombat: Battle For The Monkey Bars!
Facebook Ruined My Life. Now They Must Pay
Why I Would Rather Try To Find The Funny Than The Meaning Of Life
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Tag Archives: grief
Life, Loss and My 23-Year-Old Top Loading Maytag Washer
It is a truth universally known that appliances die in threes. You watch in helpless dread when the dishwasher starts leaking, because you know your breakdown woes have just begun. Appliance blight will almost certainly spread. You can only hope … Continue reading
Posted in General Ramblings Tagged death, grief, humor, life 41 Comments
My Mother’s Hands
I have my mother’s hands. That’s not something I’ve ever taken as a compliment – no offense, Mom. Our hands are broad and short-fingered. A network of lines criss-crosses both palm and back. The adjectives “sturdy” and “capable” come to mind … Continue reading
How To Earn The Title: World’s Worst Mother-In-Law
About 25 years ago my mother-in-law, Virginia, and sister-in-law, Jane, asked me to go with them to a taping of a talk show then popular in Chicago, the Jenny Jones Show. We were put in a holding room where the … Continue reading
Posted in General Ramblings Tagged death, Endora, family, grief, humor, life, mother-in-laws, musings 78 Comments