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Molly is a two time Erma Bombeck Writing Award winner, in both the humor and human interest categories. She won honorable mentions in 2010 and 2012.
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Tweet This week has been historical. No one, to be sure, needs to hear from me. I will be back. Peace.
Tweet Pandemic advice: we all need to to go outside for our mental health. Walk. No, hike. Or if your knees aren’t blown, run like the wind. Nature is a balm for the spirit. Being locked down has taken its toll. I … Continue reading
Tweet What mood are you in today? Do you have a project to work on? A yard? The virus hit us particularly hard because we no longer have either, really. The apartment is brand new, so there is nothing to … Continue reading
Tweet It’s a Hallmark holiday. Social media goes wild with folks posting nostalgic pictures of their perfect mommas. Tributes abound. Flowers. Breakfast in bed. Glory to moms everywhere. Then there are the rest of us. We had mothers who didn’t … Continue reading
Tweet So, things are starting to open up. Here in Ohio, today it’s offices and manufacturing/distribution. May 12 it’s retail. No haircuts or gyms or golf or nail salons yet. Of course, no restaurants. But soon, they tell us. Soon. But … Continue reading
Tweet Things have deteriorated. Hell, here’s a list We have five dozen eggs Oh, and all those Facebook friends posting pics of their blueberry pancakes I am not supposed to have carbs I hate puzzles I cried when it came … Continue reading
Tweet At no time in our living history has this happened. The world is closed, and we are all shut-ins. Sidebar: I was absolutely prescient to write an entire novel about shut-ins. You should read it if you haven’t already. The … Continue reading
Tweet This is a time that is new to us. Very few of us remember the Depression or WWII. Living with a siege mentality, with nowhere to go, nothing to do. We are frightened, stressed, and for many of us, … Continue reading