- If you get Migraines, you need to know this.I don’t suffer from migraines but for a while, I thought I did. It turns out that the debilitating, days-long, nauseating headaches I got were a reaction to a common artificial sweetener. Finding out that I needed to avoid anything with Aspartame totally changed my life. However, I have several close friends and family who suffer from migraines and getting r […]
- If you get Migraines, you need to know this.
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- MenacePower is intoxicating. Everyone loves having the ability to make their decisions into reality — to think "this should be something that happens," and then actually be able to make that thing happen. It is also dangerous. And it is especially dangerous when applied to four-year-olds. Four-year-olds lack the experience to wield power responsibly. The […]
Monthly Archives: September 2011
My favorite salad in the world is Wegman’s Pear and Provolone Salad. It is a simple combo of spring mix lettuce/greens, pears, and provolone cheese in a lemon vinaigrette dressing. (I know, right?) I love it love it love it … Continue reading
Tonight was a perfect example of the absolute futility of cooking dinner for children. I know, kids need good nutrition to learn and grow and whatever, but why is cooking them a meal such a royal pain in the a**? … Continue reading
Okay, it isn’t really fall, but Labor Day means the unofficial end of summer. The pool is closing and the kids are headed back to school. This may not surprise you, but I am not one of those parents who … Continue reading
On the first day of school, a lovely friend of mine had a “Back to School” mimosas and muffin get-together. We were celebrating the exciting start of a new school year, not the fact that our kids were out of … Continue reading
Husband sort of unexpectedly drove Pickles and Pumpkin Pie to Camp Mamaw. I mean, of course he knew he was driving them, but Hurricane Irene (who I hate) got on my last freaking nerve and plans got changed and there … Continue reading