Last Minute Gifts for Mom

Need a last-minute gift for that special woman in your life? The one who is raising your kids? I know, I know. There are still loads of shopping days left. But as we're rapidly hurtling toward extra expensive expedited delivery or a dented box of discontinued scent territory, it's time to acknowledge things are getting... Continue Reading →

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It's that time of year again. The leaves have started to turn, flit and fluttering gold and red. There's a hint of wood smoke and an apple tartness in the air; time to dig out your gloves and search for your scarf. The sun is beginning to hunker down and the nights are creeping close. It's a... Continue Reading →

A Tale of Two Valentines

My body has always been map of freckles and moles and what, as I was growing up, my mother euphemistically and gently called beauty marks. As a girl, I hated them. Passionately. I dreamed of miracle lemon juice bleaching cures and the day when I could wear enough pancake makeup to cover them up. I longed... Continue Reading →

M is for the Million Things She Gave Me….

Motherhood. The stuff of epic poetry.  The building blocks of psycho-analysis.  The root cause of thousands of therapist couch-hours.  The butt of jokes, the brick of cliche, even the muse for slang (Yes, Stacey's Mom, you got it going on.  And thank you, Stifler's Mom for giving us the term MILF). As Mother's Day once... Continue Reading →

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