My 20th high school reunion is a week away (OMG, WTH, LOL) and I’m still deciding whether or not I should go. Not even sure I could remember who the heck my old classmates were, I pulled out a yearbook, blew off the dust, and then relived every horrible awkward teen phase I went through. […]
Sorry, ladies, you missed your chance by about 152 years. Submitted to a subreddit about a month ago, this singles ad penned by an Aroostook man in 1865 has stirred up a lot of hilarious responses because as we all know, the search for love is always a rough game to be in. The ad reads: […]
Maine will see the solar eclipse, but how much of it? That depends on your zip code.
Confession: I hate “Game of Thrones” and I honestly cannot fathom why anyone watches it. After listening to people drone on and on about this violent series, I finally got around to renting it on Netflix. Here’s a quick question, on what planet is rape, forced marriage, and child murder entertainment? Just curious. I must […]
You’ve probably seen some of these floating around Facebook and Twitter.
No matter how hot it gets, you’ll be able to stay cool with this quick DIY project.
Not having your kids immunized against dangerous diseases that kill people is irresponsible and misguided at best.
Yesterday morning, I walked out my front door and got into my car and drove off. Alone. It was the first time I was without my kids in tow in three months and as I turned left onto the main drag, I started to cry. My twelve weeks of maternity leave had ended and I […]
EDITED TO ADD: This post is intended as humor and not to be taken literally. If you are easily offended by satirical humor then please don’t keep reading. Thanks! You have to be coming from Bangor because that’s really the only way I know how to get there. Find Route 1 and drive until you go […]
This has been the summer of literary fun at my house. My kids have discovered poetry and have been reciting Shell Silverstein and Dr. Seuss at the top of their booming lungs. So, when I heard that BDN blogger, Crystal Sands of Pajamas, Books, and Chickens was self-publishing a children’s book of poetry written by […]