Monthly Archives: July 2012
The doctor was void of any bedside manner. After three months of endless tests and procedures, she decided to inform me that my daughter has a rare medical condition, not in the preferable comforts of her scholarly office, but restaurant-break-up-style: in a dirty, crowded hallway, with scores of residents, nurses and lab technicians milling about.
From my perch in Manhattan I’ve become mesmerized with the Browns, the polygamist family on the TLC show “Sister Wives.”
Someone once referred to my dating style as that of a female player. Funny, when I reflect on my dating history, I feel more like roadkill.
There are certain aspects of parenting I wish could be outsourced, starting with bedtime rituals and morning routine. Dare I say “put your shoes on” or “brush your teeth” one more time.