Shout out to my homegirls from the IBTC – you know who you are so I won’t list your initials here. I’ve found 2 essential undergarments that will rock your world. [But first, an injury status report.] Last week my activity level hit an all-time high: I played tennis three times, (or, ran around the
Five little words. “It’s not you, it’s me.” Chances are, you’ve said it, or been on the receiving end of this catchy little bullshit break-up excuse. It’s supposed to make someone feel better and ease the pain of the ending of the relationship. But nobody buys it for a nanosecond that this is the real
Call me whatever you want, but I’m a rule follower. M and I have enjoyed some super fun banter when I’ve had to explain why he needs to wear a coat and tie to an event, the best method for getting tangles out of Miss J’s hair, or what day of the week to avoid
I have a crazy memory. Details, dates, conversations and lastly, what I was wearing I can easily muster up without much effort. I’ve always down-played it, in part to to lessen its “oddness” or make me look less like a freaky stalker. “No it was December. I know this. You were wearing those jeans with
Yes, I’m going to go there. M and I went to see Dr K on Monday – after what I had sarcastically called “a two week time out.” In reality, they wanted me to wait to return to see if my left side had healed before we could start filling my expanders with more saline.
Three weeks on Tamoxifen and I’m feeling okay. I’ve managed to navigate the occasional hot flashes and episodes of night sweats. Given the list of known side effects include joint and bone pain, moodiness and headaches I consider myself lucky. Except for one thing. Acne. In the cruelest joke ever, at 42, I am now
I’m an expert list-maker. I always have been. I’ve got crazy mad skills in list making. Just ask any of my friends who have enjoyed the fruits of my labors from any of my archived packing lists. Besides the ubiquitous and never-ending “to-do” list, I’ve got others: house projects, money, school foundation, fantasy football waiver