I hate posing for pictures. Not a little bit, like a lot. I am not photogenic, and I am awkward in general, and immortalizing this forever in photos causes me great emotional distress. That is why you only rarely see me take selfies. It’s because I feel ridiculous. Here are some important facts you need … Continue reading Bad Parenting, Good Memories
After she gets her heart broken in the first Sex and the City movie, Carrie Bradshaw goes to Mexico with her friends on what was supposed to be her honeymoon, and she spends days in bed, hiding, barely waking up long enough to eat or drink anything, with the windows closed and shuttered. Eventually, she … Continue reading I Laughed Until I Cried This Week
Disclaimer: If you are easily offended, just skip this one. I don’t have the mental fortitude to apologize. (In all seriousness, I am truly heartbroken for the families who have lost any loved ones during this time for any reason. I truly do understand how you feel, better than you know, and you are in … Continue reading Lord, please don’t take Willie Nelson
On this day 13 years ago, at about 5:00 in the evening, friends and family from all over came together to witness the marriage of me and Other Half. 30 minutes before I walked down the aisle, I was in the bridal room with my mom, Christina Yang, and Nervous Nelly with a trashcan in … Continue reading Life is a Highway….
I love shopping. Any kind of shopping. But impulse buying is probably my favorite. You know, those days when you go to the store and you don’t really need anything but you find something perfect that you weren’t expecting? That’s the feeling I get when I go in the hospital gift shop. There are so … Continue reading Impulse buying and Steve Guttenberg
It has always been a pet peeve of mine when people ask rude questions, but then I’m the one who ends up feeling awkward as I try to figure out how to respond to them without making them feel uncomfortable. For example, the person on the elevator who recently asked if I was pregnant. Why … Continue reading Why did we stop carrying swords?
From Kingdom Come (2001) If you’re easily offended, this will not be the post for you. As I’ve said before, sometimes my family gets accused of having a twisted sense of humor, and this will be one of those times. My moms favorite movie (well, one of them) was Kingdom Come with Whoopi Goldberg, Loretta … Continue reading Mean and Surly