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Whew, my kids saved me from shopping for a sarong. Kate’s text intercepted my brain waves while I strolled through Old Navy with Maggie. We had been there an hour. A sales clerk laid out four sarongs: one pink, one … Continue reading
Category: Mother’s Day shopping Anxiety Level: Near Panic Level of Difficulty: Extreme Results of Blowing It: Major Brothers, wake-up! Mother’s Day is May 12. Postpone taking down the Christmas lights another week. Run, don’t walk, to shop. This time it’s for mom. … Continue reading
Kids drive parents crazy if given the upper hand. I try to control the deck as best as possible. Youth is no match against experience. Like many parents, I nag my kids to do their homework and clean their rooms. … Continue reading
“It’s not easy being green.” Kermit the Frog Earth Day, April 22, is when the global community acknowledges our planet’s environmental status. Seven billion humans inhabit Earth and we should really figure out how to manage it. Think of … Continue reading
I reached a milestone today. I became cordless 50 years ago when dad snipped my umbilical cord. I am a product of the 60’s, a planned child but unscheduled. If you can’t remember where you were, or weren’t, here’s a … Continue reading
I helped my wife dig 100 holes last weekend to plant grape vines. Filling up the holes is a lot easier than filling out IRS forms… I wish I had orange flags to show me the loop holes. Whaddya think?
Either my memory is failing or my brain is overtaxed. I suffer from CRS syndrome – can’t remember squat. My wife, Hun, points this out with ease. Forgetfulness surfaces when I’m charged even a menial assignment. “Honey, please get some … Continue reading
Category: Shopping With Teenage Daughters at Mall Frustration Level: Moderate Hike Level: Extreme I enjoy spending quality “Dad time” with Kate and Maggie though I occasionally take one for the team. The difference between hiking across Nevada or shopping with my daughters at … Continue reading