A note to my Mother on International Women’s Day My mother always said to never quit your day job. She should know, she’s a divorce attorney. For over thirty years, she has seen firsthand what happens when wives and mothers give up their careers and lose everything when a marriage collapses. After seeing the worst … Continue reading Little Lindsay, Big Impact
Dear Millennials, Brooklyn Bee Keepers, Dirty Old Hippies, Purist Progressive Prudes, Easily-Manipulated Wannabe Politicos, Washed-out Celebrities, and Anti-Establishment Whiners:
The jig is up. Continue reading The Case for Hillary
I like to spice things up when they don’t need spicing. Continue reading Old Flames and Lost Dreams
There’s a lot of hating on this blog – some may even suggest that we’re a bunch of washed up old cynical cat ladies waiting to happen. I beg to differ. We love lots of things besides poodles, Charlie Hunnam, and ourselves. Kinda. But because we’re good at it, we’re taking aim at one particular dumb … Continue reading Ambassadors of Awesome
Bachelorette parties are a tricky business. It’s easy to misunderstand the assignment and biddies seem to be thinking of more and more tacky, extravagant, and nonsensical activities and getups to make their debauchery-filled girls weekend especially over the top and profoundly BASIC. SHAME. Really, Kris? If you think that Babygirl and Linda would be caught dead in this scenario you … Continue reading Bachs in Paradise?
Beezus and I are in the market for a pup. The selection process is similar to choosing a boyfriend. And I’ve tried a few different breeds. Continue reading Best in Show
In honor of my first visit back to the Tar Heel state this Friday (Charlotte, aka Katy’s get-weird-capital-of-the-world) here’s the first of many musings about tearing up the Dirty South worse than Sherman (too soon?): I misunderstood the assignment by moving to North Carolina at the ripe age of 25. You see, it was too … Continue reading Early Retirement