I had to share A Response to a Bizarre View of Motherhood written by a longtime friend. Harper’s Bazaar recently published an opinion piece regarding the media response to Amala Clooney’s appeal to the United Nations on the genocide committed by Isis. Jennifer Wright authored the article entitled “Motherhood is Not a Woman’s Most Important… Read More A Response to a Bizarre View of Motherhood
My uncle gave me the bad news over Easter dinner. He reported Daniel Craig as saying he would rather chew his own arm off than play James Bond in another movie (technically, he said he’d rather break a glass and slash his wrists, but you get the idea). I tried to hold it together and… Read More Farewell to my favorite James Bond
I am a little too excited to begin preparing for Galentine’s Day. What’s Galentine’s Day? Oh, you beautiful, tropical fish. No one can explain it quite like Leslie Knope from Parks and Rec. Here it is in writing for those who totally missed out on hearing Leslie explain it in typical, peppy, positive, Leslie-Knope-style. Is there… Read More Happy Galentine’s Day (you beautiful, tropical fish)
If you’ve been reading along with me for the past month or so, you may have caught on to the fact that I’m tired of talking about myself. Today is no different. I snagged an interview with a friend of a friend who is hustling after her dream of being a full-time singer/songwriter. I should… Read More Hustling for the dream
I’m starting to feel like Christmas (or the entire month of December) is a final exam I forgot to study for. Everyone is busy, so I know my schedule isn’t really special. But I’m in the middle of scheduling my birthday, my son’s birthday and a going away party I’m not ready to talk about… Read More It’s Christmas (and I’m not ready)!