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My other home is a toilet.
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Category Archives: health
Receiving a call from your child’s teacher at 7:30 a.m. is rarely a good thing. And learning that your six-year-old son won’t stop crying is not the kind of news any parent ever wants to hear. But realizing that the … Continue reading
Have I ever told you the story of the time a musky male yoga teacher who was twice my age tried to massage all seven of my chakras with his pulsating kundalini? Oh sure, we can laugh now, but at … Continue reading
When we last left our heroine, she was about to save her helpless child from a repulsive infestation of head lice! (You can get all caught up with how I discovered the infestation here.) Say it with me, y’all: “Ewwwwww!” … Continue reading
They say God never gives us more than we can handle. And I truly believe that. Which is why I am not the least bit surprised that I had 13.5 years of motherhood under my belt before head lice was … Continue reading
So, this happened recently… Maybe my “winter blues” are more serious than I thought. But on the bright side, it’s good blog fodder. Join me In The Powder Room today to hear the rest of that story. Surprisingly it’s … Continue reading
I don’t honestly know. I just thought it sounded catchy. Not that you want anything to sound “catchy” when you’re talking about vaginas, but you get my drift. Wait. Can I start over? (This is why I don’t do more … Continue reading