N.I.P.P.L.E.

3-21-2021 There are certain words in the English language that have a tendency to make one cringe. Some of these words are: moist, phlegm, crevice, mucous, damp, discharge and smear. Added to my own personal collection of wince worthy words are breast and nipple. I can not tell you why I loathe these words, butContinue reading “N.I.P.P.L.E.”

What the F is Tubthumping?

2-23-2021 Hi there!  I originally planned to wait until after my appointment with the plastic surgeon to write my next post.  But here I am two days before the appointment flinging my fingers across the keyboard like a 1950’s secretary trying to keep up with an overly wordy boss.  At this point, I have exhaustedContinue reading “What the F is Tubthumping?”

Pink or Teal Worthy?

10-23-2020 Happy Friday!  I have a very long list of things I wanted to get done today.  Writing this blog post was on my list, but I wanted to get some things related to life and the world of Tallulah’s Diner (my first published Children’s book) done first.  Instead of knocking those things off myContinue reading “Pink or Teal Worthy?”

Chief Squared

Chief Squared 10/05/2020 Happiness ~ The official definition of happiness is: the quality or state of being happy. ~ good fortune; pleasure; contentment; joy.  Although, many things bring me an abundance of happiness, this post will focus on two things specifically and how blending them together has brought me, not only happiness, but unexpected, yet perfectlyContinue reading “Chief Squared”

Boobs or Prosecco?

August 20, 2020 I am 16 days past my first in person High Risk visit. It was a good and informative visit. Most of it was reaffirming what I had already been counseled on, but the gal did a fine job and helped me separate some facts from fiction. She also reassured me that, noContinue reading “Boobs or Prosecco?”

Bliss or Power?

August 3, 2020 If ignorance is bliss and knowledge is power…which would you choose? Up until January of this year, I was blissfully unaware that a genetic mutation lurked silently within my cells. Although, I always knew that part of me was “Jewish”, I had no idea that a known genetic mutation was popular amongstContinue reading “Bliss or Power?”