Apparently, the postcard my father sent me [see post below] is one in a series. This is the best news I’ve had ever. I hope you think that my dad is as amazing/hilarious as I do… because all of these postcards will be going on this blog. It is addressed to “Ms. Dazzling Rokee Stevens” … Continue reading i think he stole a riff from me.
For those of you who know my father, this should be entertaining… For those of you who don’t, I think this is a great introduction to Jim Geier Stevens… Today, in the mail, I received this postcard from the aforementioned character: It is addressed to “The Divine Rachel Stevens” and reads… ahhhemmhemmhemm… “2.9.9 Hey Rae, … Continue reading so they were here first.
B = Barbara, the mother. M = Marc, the father. H = Hazel, the 14 year old daughter. C = Craig, the 13 year old son. [normal sunday night.] B: Well, all the chocolate sauce is gone! It’s only been a week! It’s all gone! [This is where I start asking myself WHY exactly I … Continue reading the chocolate sauce crisis of 2009.
Friday morning, I sat in my favorite coffee shop, which happens to be a florist as well. With Valentine’s being the next day, the place was FILLED with flowers! It was crazy/beautiful. And it was just about the sweetest thing to see people coming in to buy bouquets. I left the coffee shop smiling real … Continue reading oh, for crying out loud.
Instead of a normal blog post, I will list many mini posts that could easily be their own post. I will also put them in alphabetical list for easy referencing. a] Today Craig got to stay home today from Water Carnival because he “wouldn’t enjoy it”….. Later in the day, I took the kids to … Continue reading oh in reference to “e]” of rachel’s blog, i TOTALLY agree.
[this morning… it’s a beautiful, rainy day.] Barbara enters the wash room and immediately panics. – Oh, Rachel! No, you can’t run the dryer when we’re all about to leave! You can’t have it running when no one is here! I don’t trust the dryer! I don’t trust it, you know! – [under my breath] … Continue reading those sneaky, evil dryers.
Well, creative people have, yet again, produced something that makes it easy for us to get involved. The Red Hot Organisation is dedicated to supporting the fight against HIV and AIDS through pop culture. Damn straight! Do what you love to do and support what you’re passionate about… no compromise. These guys have become super … Continue reading you are the blood.