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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 I don’t know how other people spend their pandemic days, but I watch a whole lot of television. The shows a person watches reveal a lot about that person. As a homebody, I prefer to watch shows about houses. … Continue reading
Tweet We have been at home virtually 24/7 for an entire year. We are so excited for the vaccines; the first thing we want to do is hop on a plane to see our grandchildren (ok, and our own … Continue reading
Tweet All the words have been spoken or printed. I have nothing to add. I fervently wish we will make it until January 21 without further chaos. Peace.
Tweet Remember back when the whole COVID thing started? When we were told to get enough food on hand to last two weeks? And we thought that would be hard? Remember when they told us to sanitize our surfaces, our groceries, … Continue reading
Tweet This will be the holiday season to remember. We are apart, zooming our hearts out, eating roast chickens instead of turkeys, and looking wistfully out the windows. We will talk about this one in the years to come: “Remember … Continue reading
Tweet As I drove home from getting my usual curbside groceries, a beautiful Christmas song came on the radio. The Gloucestershire Wassail Carol is a favorite from my childhood. All of a sudden, a wave of sadness so potent washed over … Continue reading
Tweet We haven’t exchanged gifts for years, preferring to spend the money on our kids and grandkids. But this year is different; we will be here just the two of us. So damn it, we want to be festive and … Continue reading
Tweet Those people who have everything–they don’t need sweaters, books, jewelry, or even socks. So what do you get them this year? I have the answer to that. I have an online shop full of my designs. Framed prints, mugs, … Continue reading