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Who remembers when I was funny?

I used to be funny. Ask anyone who knows me and they’ll tell you.  I was funny.  I may have been crude and abrasive, but damn it, I was funny. I hate coming to this blog right now because the … Continue reading

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OH. The consequences of personal blogging.

I’ve been writing on this blog for almost three years.  It has always been a personal blog – more personal than most, I’ve been told.  But it wasn’t until recently that I understood why so many people were baffled by … Continue reading

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When Happiness Means Not Blogging. Or Using Periods.

On Sunday I was going to write a funny post about how Hilly and I spent Saturday pretending to be supermodels. I was going to show you pictures of our light guy and write funny things on the pictures like … Continue reading

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And next Dell will pat me on the behind and tell me to buy myself something pretty.

Thursday’s Child sent this twitter: “Women Bloggers: Have you seen this yet? I thought you’d find it particularly delicious. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/30709961″ Hey, I’m a woman blogger!  So I checked out the link. Apparently, yet another marketing company is trying to figure … Continue reading

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This digital mom is giving away sex toys. So there.

If you’re looking for something for free, scroll to the bottom of this post. Lazy bastards. I mentioned last week that I decided to launch a review site about the things women buy and the things women want to buy. … Continue reading

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And once again, The Internet will be playing the role of Family

“Are all of your friends bloggers?” Susan was looking around my house at the birthday party guests that had arrived. It was hard to miss the fact that nearly all of the adults were faces she recognized from twitter or … Continue reading

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Orlando TweetUp: nobody told me this was a professional party

Last Thursday night, I attended the Orlando TweetUp hosted by the Orlando Sentinel in… wait for it… Orlando. Let me tell you about how I wanted to die. First of all, thank GOD I was meeting Shash, Susan from EggMarketing … Continue reading

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The Fear Of Rejection in 1200 words or less

Let me tell you now that some of you will hate this post. I’m not entirely comfortable with that right now, but I’m going write it anyway because… well, it’s what I do. I’m using that disclaimer, in part, to … Continue reading

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Please do not punch a baby.

I decided recently that if I don’t have anything blog worthy, I’m just not going to blog*. You don’t need an explanation from me or an apology post. No guest bloggers need to fill the gaping hole that is surely … Continue reading

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So this one time. In Charleston.

There are 406 pictures from my weekend in Charleston. About 385 of those pictures are of buildings and food and trees and the back of a mule’s head.   I told you so. Having just spent way too much time … Continue reading

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