It’s Cioppino Night! Yay and boo. I hate fish. This was a special scallop and clam recipe my daughter, her boyfriend, and George decided to cook. Our daughter gave George a couple of beautiful cookbooks on fish for Christmas. I guess she feels sorry for him. Oh, hell, everyone does. Despite the dinner menu, I was looking forward to the get together. We were going … Continue reading Cioppino Anyone? Pudding Shots?
George and I are arguing. It’s tax preparation season. It’s a similar experience when you sit down with a shrink. You cannot lie. Actually, that’s a guideline, but only for the shrink. If you lie to your therapist, then what’s the point? Unfortunately, I can think of a whole list of reasons why you would do that. Embarrassment, awkwardness, guilt, shame, nerves, fear of judgment. … Continue reading Taxes are Hard
I just spent an hour and fifteen minutes of my life trying to get the right vertical scroll on a folder in my computer to re-appear. I will never get that time back. What else could I have done in that amount of time? Made a kick-ass lasagna and side salad for dinner. Worked out. Taken the dog for a walk. Cleaned the bathrooms. Watched … Continue reading Down the Rabbit Hole