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Orpah, not Oprah

A few years back I tried to encourage a friend through text, “Don’t be Orpah. Don’t turn back now!”   And of course she thought the auto correct had failed to change my speedy texting skills to Oprah. 805 more words

Cindy Willingham

Sons-in-law and attorneys general

When we pluralize words like son-in-law, mother-in-law, daughter-in-law, etc., we do that by simply taking the noun and adding an s.

So it’s mothers-in-law, fathers-in-law, sons-in-law, etc. 159 more words

Lush bubbles and bombs

I am very vocal in the fact I dislike shopping, after thinking about that statement last time it was uttered I realised in fact that no I don’t hate shopping exactly. 195 more words

Anne's Hans'

Prince, n’enquerez de sepmaine
Où elles sont, ne de cest an,
Que ce refrain ne vous remaine:
Mais où sont les neiges d’antan!

Ballade des Dames du temps jadis… 11 more words


Mother in law and the kitchen control

  • Mummy, I will make just khichadi for dinner today.
    Mummy “No but Pappa cannot eat just that. He needs roti subzi”
  • Mummy, tell me how does this dry baigan subzi tastes.
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Marital Kin

It’s been said that nothing changes on the first day of the year,
what horrid solipsism, we’ve enormous world to revere.
New Year’s Day is new beginning in the cycle of our lives, 192 more words


When Christmas doesn't go as planned.

It’s not like I actually “plan” it… it just seems to happen. It’s the same every year. Stay up too late wrapping gifts, make sure Santa has come and gone, get up too early, open gifts, drink coffee, saying thank yous and i love yous….then back to bed for a nap before i have to get started on Christmas dinner. 1,380 more words