A quick interview with former Samantha Who? writer and “Activating” favorite Robin Shorr, who has some pretty big shoes to fill.
The first pass pages just arrived of Why Moms Are Weird. This is the first time it really looks like a book, with justified margins and special fonts for the chapter headings, and a dedication all in bold.
This is when I somehow get even more nervous, because that means it’s only a few short months now before someone like you can hold it in your hands, take it into your bed, and judge me. Continue reading
If there was any wonder how much fun I had at my own wedding, the proof was in today’s doctor bill.
The day after the wedding the arch of my foot had shooting pains whenever I went on my tiptoes. I knew I had overdone it, particularly during that part seconds after midnight when Everlast commanded that I jump, jump, jump, jump, everybody jump. Continue reading
not for the squeamish
I like to think that I’m a relatively grown-up person who can handle things with a certain level of dignity.
Maybe for the most part, I do. But not last night. Not at all.
i don’t know.
I was just sitting here typing when I heard Eric’s voice. It’s on the television. He’s doing these cable commercials now for their cable modem service. It’s a bit jolting. It sounds like he’s in the other room asking me to buy something. The commercial makes me giggle, because he’s so damn happy about Road Runner.
I try not to read into my dreams too much. It tends to make me nervous. But since last night was a bit of a repeat dream, I can’t help but wonder what it means.
last minute freak-outs and a whole new world.
So I’m on a plane very, very soon.
Have I mentioned my fear of flying? No? Well, that’s because we’re not going to talk about it. We’re just not, so shutup. I have no fear. NO FEAR, YOU HEAR ME?