Cast of Characters
- Me - helpless romantic
- Gifted American Princess - daughter #1
- Mr. Green Jeans - the son-in-law
- Hot Wheelz - son #1
- CoCo - daughter #2
- Cheezy - son #2
- the Bug - grandson #1 of 2
- the Worm - granddaughter #1 of 1
- the Mouse - grandson #2 of 2
- Couponman, the reporter - Grandpa
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About Me"Mom, you're on crack," my kids' favorite response to my valuable comments." I like to think of myself as the grandma humorist of the 21st Century. At best, I'm Erma Bombeck on crack.
I've been telling people what to do for years. And for the same number of years, they've been ignoring me. What better way to continue the tradition than to start blogging!
I hope you enjoy my funny... working its way up to hilarious... blog.
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Category Archives: teenagers
When my kids were young, they drove me crazy, and I drove them everywhere else. Years passed, but times didn’t change. When they were teens, I drove the car with a cassette player that ate tapes and they still drove … Continue reading
Last week I dug in my purse for my cell phone while a co-worker stood behind me. I pulled out a baked potato and set it on my desk. Anything winding up in my purse has the potential to be … Continue reading
Odds on a marriage lasting between a forty something guy who’d never been married and a woman with four kids, two teens and two chomping at the bit were about as high as ever fitting into a size two. As … Continue reading
Little did I know totaling cars would become a competition. At one time, we paid six thousand dollars a year for five cars for our family’s motoring stunts. I still quiver when I open car insurance premiums. Only one car boasted … Continue reading