I haven't posted as frequently in the last week because I've been just enjoying some time "off", as it were, with the holiday and a few days off from real work. Also, if I don't go out and live my life, I will have nothing to write about. Beyond the extraordinary weather last week, which included… Continue reading Let’s Catch Up!
Today is a very special post! I was extremely privileged to interview Rooshy Roy, the Founder and CEO of aavrani, a new beauty company that offers a range of natural skincare products. You guys know I'm always excited about all things beauty, especially a new, cutting edge brand like this! This is even more meaningful to… Continue reading An Interview with Founder and CEO of aavrani, Rooshy Roy!
Today I'm sharing the second part of my series of Forgotten Crimes of the Century! You can read the first one about the Murder at Madison Square Garden at this link. This case I'm covering today is as creepy and sensational, if not more so than part I! The Wineville Chicken Coop Murders You may… Continue reading Forgotten Crime of the Century: Part II
Last week, I was helping my mom out after she had knee surgery, and at one point, the little peanut lady asked me to go upstairs into my brother Bill's old closet, aka the room he used to live in that looks way nicer now (sorry, Bill), to grab some toilet paper rolls to restock… Continue reading Vintage Toy Treasures!
Oh my goodness! Rejoice, peoples of the universe! This is the date of birth of Margaret, my mom! This lady rocks so much. My goal in life is to make billions or marry a billionaire so that I can buy her the immortality juice from Death Becomes Her so she can live forever (or at least… Continue reading Marge II
In years past, I would shudder at the thought of swimsuit season approaching. I was "too pale", "not in shape", blah blah blah. I'm over that mentality! OVER IT. I'm not being paid to model swimsuits, so why should I be expected to look Photoshopped if I go to the beach or pool? Am I… Continue reading Swimsuit Season!
For all of you true crime fiends, armchair detectives, Wikipedia mongers, and amateur researches, I wanted to start a series presenting a "Crime of the Century" that you maybe haven't heard of. Even though I find "mainstream" cases like Jack the Ripper, the Lingbergh baby, Ted Bundy, the Manson Family Murders, the Valentine's Day Massacre, the Unabomber,… Continue reading Forgotten Crime of the Century: Part I
The meaning behind our dreams is still a concept that evades us to this day. That being said, I find that most of my recurring dreams tend to be inherently anxiety or stress laden, though now and then I do have more neutral themes appear. What I thought I would do is conjecture on what… Continue reading Dream Interpretation
When I was little, I was very close with my older brother Bill. This was evident even when we were still quite little. Always cohorting or scheming. This continued into childhood. We would have nighttime meetings in our doorways after we were to go to bed. One time, we had a mission that we accomplished… Continue reading Bill
Instead of effusing about my mom, who I affectionately call "Marge" of "Ma", I thought I'd create a tangible list of the value she has brought to my life and the lessons she has taught me. Brace yourselves; it's a long list. Be polite. Respect yourself and others. Read. Put butter on the outside of the bread when… Continue reading Marge