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Originally posted on Cordelia's Mom, Still:
CORDELIA’S MOM’S WORDS OF PSEUDO-WISDOM: Don’t allude to puppies for two weeks prior to Valentine’s Day and then give your loved one a card and a candy bar instead. *** HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!…
May the stress begin! It’s the holiday season! Mostly I love Christmas (the LIGHTS! the LOVE! the JOY!) [the cookies! the booze!], but I really don’t enjoy the events leading up to and surrounding the holidays. Despite the fact that … Continue reading
“Wow, you put a bow on it and everything!” No, I didn’t buy the blue Mustang, but that is how I greeted my favorite saleslady at the car dealership. I have been buying my vehicles through this saleslady at this … Continue reading