What an amazing response to our shirts. […]
The link to order Get Lucky t-shirts went up today!!!! If you’d like to buy a shirt, click here. You can select pickup or ship, choose Men’s or Women’s cut, pick a size, the whole deal.
If you hate this idea and want to send a check to buy your shirt, send me a […]
Last year, we sold Ronny Gras tshirts at an Irish Fest, proceeds going to Sarcoma Foundation of America, and although we did a brisk business, people kept wandering by, half-hammered, and asking if we had any Irish-themed shirts. So this year, we do! Summer Tarr of Starrworks Creative took this embarrassing scrap of a sketch that I sent her (this reminds me […]
When my kids were very small, I used to tell them, “How old are you now? … That’s too old. Stop growing, right this minute!!” …But I never truly felt that way, like I wanted to freeze time. Jill and I were just talking about this the […]
ADDIE: Mom, will Papa be gone forever?
JULIE: Yes, J. I’m very sorry, honey.
ADDIE: Well, he only went to…… five of my birthday parties! Five!!
JULIE: That’s right.
ADDIE [beginning to cry]: That’s not enough!
JULIE [same problem]: I know, sweet girl. I agree with […]
Jill gave us an adorable white lace tunic for the girls, and Addie J wanted to wear it to school today. She got up a little late, so as is our rule, I picked out her clothes. I really didn’t feel like battling over outfits this morning, so I went with the lace top […]
We took the kids to see Escape from Planet Earth yesterday. In terms of an outing, it was fun- nice to spend that time together, I got to eat Sno-Caps- all good. The movie itself, though? Damn.
This film might as well have called itself Heavy Handed Pandering to Perceived Family Values. So there’s […]
Addie J just brought me a Valentine Heart, saying, “This is what I’m saying to you, Mommy.” Then she hugged me and ran away. I believe the heart was intended to read, “U R HOT,” but it was stamped a little crooked.
So what Addie J was saying to me ended up being, “U […]
British author Terry Deary, who writes the Horrible Histories children’s series, recently said that he believes libraries are obsolete. His reasoning:
Authors, book-sellers and publishers need to eat and they don’t expect to go to a food library and eat for free. Books are part of the entertainment industry. This is not the Roman […]