Last Minute Invitation

Langford by | Dec 20, 2013 | Dolce & Gabbana, entry level jobs, film screenings, Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese, movie premiere, movie stars, Nicolas Cage, The Wolf of Wall Street, TV pilots

     Max had just come home and promised to clean his room.  But first,—any and everything else comes first—he had to call Neal and find out if they were still getting together to write their TV pilot.        I was finishing my lunch and Max was sitting nearby on the...

Gender Benders

by | Dec 13, 2013 | ADHD, autism, bed bugs, best supporting actor, college graduates, executive assistant, gender roles, housekeeping, housemen, millenials, New York Times, Stay-Home Fathers, Wall Street Mothers

    These days it seems like more men and women are comfortable switching traditional roles: stay-at-home fathers are enabling working mothers to be the high-powered, bread winners.  According to Sunday’s New York Times article, “Wall Street Mothers, Stay-Home...

Thanksgiving and the Trifecta

     When my best friend and I were single and in our 20’s, we referred to Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve as “the Trifecta.”  Unlike children, retail stores and Hallmark, we were not filled with holiday cheer.  In fact, we dreaded the onset of holidays. ...

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