I am bewildered by the open concept trend. Also, front doors that open directly onto the living room. Our ancestors knew what they were doing.
I really, really, really wish my widowed mother had found someone to settle down with. The loneliness and isolation have not been good for her or her kids. More than anything, I hope my husband remarries if I predecease him because otherwise, he’ll end up like the old man in Up. »
My husband turned to me during some movie and said that if I ever cheated on him with Tom Hardy, he would give me a high five. »
He asked elsewhere for anyone who had a tape to get in touch with him. Pretty sure you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org »
I was oblivious until one day, walking down the street with my mom, a car honked at us. My mom turned, ashen faced, and said, “Oh my god, they were honking at you.” I was probably eleven or twelve and had been honked at before, but hadn’t really gotten it. »
Oh yes, it makes perfect sense to give the least educated people on campus the most power over the education process.
So far, women outpace dramatically for all the negative words and men for the positive. Also, the biggest gap in all words I’ve checked seems to be Computer Science... »
We imagine that few people live on Beekman Place, and it seems small, but it’s really, really, really not. I sincerely doubt the murder rate is higher than other two block stretches of Manhattan, but because we know it’s only two blocks long and the people who live there are automatically newsworthy.... »
Yeah, that’s silly advice. You know what’s better advice? Make an effort to set a positive/loving tone when you get home from work, wake up, see each other after an absence. »
Like my grandmother’s table? So there will be matzo ball soup and kugel, and WHO AM I KIDDING, my grandmother was a mother from the 1950s who cooked out of cans, jars, and frozen bags. »