In what should be one of the happiest, most exciting times in her life, it’s also gotta feel a bit like an obstacle course of embarrassing family bullshit.
Well, this was refreshing...
They arrived. LittleNom was jumping up and down, all excited. My FIL gets to hold InfantNom for the first time. It’s hugs and kisses and unicorns. We help them with their bags up the stairs and Mr.Nom says, “Come see InfantNom’s room!”
I’m still kind of reeling over the possibility that the Golden State Killer has been caught. I... I’m pretty speechless.
Dear Prudence has a doozy of a question in this week’s live chat:
It’s out. With names.
Head’s up, Lego’s Women of NASA set MSRP is only $25. DO NOT PAY $125 AT AMAZON! ETA: Or $149 at Walmart.com!
Interesting Buzzfeed post about director Michael Caton-Jones’s experience with Harvey Weinstein.
So there I am catching up on my TV watching when I decide to cue up some SNL. Fast forward to the Kellywise skit when LittleNom rolls in and joins me.
My in-laws are currently on an extended vacation that involves air, land and sea travel. It’s a pretty cool trip, all-around. At least, it should be.
Yes, the President of the United States really gave an interview to Forbes wherein he challenged his Secretary of State to an IQ test.
Mr. Nom has been getting quite the earful lately from a friend of his (we’ll call her “X”) about a mutual friend of theirs (we’ll call him “Y”) and the drama between those two said friends (X and Y).
Admittedly, it had been a while since I visited or posted, but the other day I noticed that Something Wicked (spoiler alert: all you see is “Internal Server Error”) is down and... I guess gone for good?
You have shitty taste in men. And you need to stop being a “cool girl” to please them.
Our vacations to visit my In-Laws are cursed. Plus they just generally suck.
If you’ve ever wondered what the Mormon Temple in Kensington, MD looks like inside (I know I have), HERE’S OUR CHANCE! Well, in 2020, anyway:
I did it, I finally sold my old place.
Need a chuckle?
Ask a Boss (which I read via The Cut) is all about Weddings and Work today:
Today in things no one asked for, NBC has announced a live version of A Few Good Men next year.