On today’s episode, Marilyn vents about cell phones. She rants about how expensive and confusing the plans are but also about how we can’t live without them anymore. We’re addicted! She also talks a little about how her (adult…and married) kids are still on her family plan. Do you hate your cell phone plan? Does it confuse the heck out of you? But is it all worth it because you can’t leave home without your phone? Let us know!
We’re back after a short hiatus! Now that we’re about halfway through the year, Marilyn decided it would be a good time to give an update on her New Years Resolutions. How are you doing with your resolutions? Have you had some setbacks? Or maybe you’re a success story! Let us know! And, as always, don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe on iTunes!!!
After attending a baby shower this past weekend, Marilyn reminisces about the good (and the bad) of having a newborn. We also hear a little about how things have changed since she had kids. As always, she’s got stories to tell! Send us your stories and we’ll talk about them in a follow-up episode. Make sure you rate, review and subscribe on iTunes!
Are you a garage sale person? As you probably could’ve guessed…Marilyn is NOT! Listen in as Marilyn tells you about her garage sale experiences and how she “accidentally” let a neighbor sell one of her son’s favorite toys. Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe on iTunes!
Well, it’s happened again. I’m really not sure if I’ll ever learn the lesson. I’ve come to the painful conclusion that there is something inherently wrong with me that I am absolutely INCAPABLE of baking a batch of cookies. Edible cookies, that is. I used to be a sort-of good baker. Admittedly, my creations were often not pretty to look. I never was deluded into thinking I could pass myself off as a baked goods artiste. But, the treats I baked always tasted pretty darn good. I think I probably just got lazy over the years. But, I mean, seriously, why the heck can’t I bake a decent batch of cookies anymore? I’m not exaggerating. Just ask my family. When I tell them I’m baking, there is an audible groan. One day, after an unsuccessful attempt, which resulted in a pan of lumpy black charcoals, I set the smoking pan outside on the deck. When my husband came home from work, he saw the pan outside and casually said, “Were you baking today?” Continue reading “Confessions Of A Cookie-Challenged Mom…”