It was an expensive card and I had to reorder another batch because I underestimated how many people my husband actually wanted to send the card to.
We’re talking lockdowns, New Years in our pajamas, and a lot of crossed fingers that 2021 won’t be such an absolute trashferno.
As we move into 2021 with low expectations, let’s take a moment to recall some of the more WTF moments of 2020.
The last round of U.S. stimulus checks were distributed in April for $1,200 to help us for 2 months. Here we are, 9 months later, and the latest round of proposed stimulus checks are for *checks notes* $600. Congress is old AF so I guess it’s not that surprising that they essentially just told the […]
By Jen Mierisch of jenmierisch.com The Top hangs out in my closet, toward the rear, nestled between bridesmaid gowns and suits so vintage that I could personally clothe the entire cast of a late-1990s office sitcom. It is a striking garment, constructed almost entirely of black fishnet fabric. Its single concession to modesty is a […]
You may have seen it in your news feed: Share this post and get a free Christmas box of groceries from Aldi! Sounds too good to be true, right? That’s because it is. No, Aldi is not giving away free groceries to people who like and share the post. Sorry. It’s just a scam. If […]
Nevermind the fact that we’ve been eating for 2 for the better part of a year, and possibly aren’t on speaking terms with our family over political differences
Typically, Mid-October means moms around the country are gearing up for a season of Pinterest-inspired holiday parties at school. But it’s 2020, and fun has been cancelled.