Big boobs, big bras, and the big C

Breast cancer runs in my family, discussed by us for many years only in Southern whispers and associated with deep remorse. It also runs among close friends, whose families are less reserved, but who struggle with deep grief. My family whispers about breast cancer are oxymoronic given the … Continue reading

Menopausal Chick Peas

Today I had a hot flash in my office, which is a feat since my office is ice-box cold. My cheeks got red, my hair clung to my neck, and I got prickly both emotionally and physically. It was a full-fledged where's-my-chainsaw inferno. To celebrate the hotflash in this blog entry, I searched for an … Continue reading

Surviving ObamaCare

The biggest threat from ObamaCare, according to the Humanix Books' ObamaCare Survival Guide, is the influx of the mass uninsured populace into the healthcare system.  The logic behind this argument boggles the mind. The short version: there aren't enough doctors to handle the sudden mass increase … Continue reading

I Like It Without Pinkwashing

This week I received many Facebook messages urging me to tell my friends “where I like it” in my Facebook status. I’ve seen my friends post such mysterious statuses as “I like it on the chandelier” and “I like it on my car seat.” This morning I posted, “I like mine without … Continue reading