Seven Things I Love (11-16-2020)

1. This Video of Angela Lansbury & Carol Channing – it is a performance recorded back in 2001, when Lansbury was 76 years old and Channing was 80, at a benefit for the Actors Fund of America. The event was called ‘Tap Your Troubles Away with Jerry Herman.’ Jerry Herman was the wizard behind theContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (11-16-2020)”

A Missed Opportunity for Anti-maskers

I have been ranting a LOT about masks lately. I live in Wisconsin and on August 1st our Governor finally issued a mask mandate. When I read the headline in the newspaper it brought me so much joy I can’t even tell you. His action will be life-changing for me. You see, I’m a at-riskContinue reading “A Missed Opportunity for Anti-maskers”

Mosquito Slut Shaming?

Last summer I went to several outdoor events that resulted in my having numerous mosquito bites, the majority of which were on my ankles – itchy! The worst part was that Burt’s Bees discontinued the only product I’ve ever found that works on bug bites. Damn I miss this stuff… (I did find a differentContinue reading “Mosquito Slut Shaming?”

Five Things I Love (7-13-2020)

1. Hamilton Mask-Up! by the Holderness Family – Do you have Disney+? Did you get it just so you could watch the new Hamilton movie? I actually already had Disney+ (got it for The Mandalorian) so I watched Hamilton on the day it premiered, July 3rd*. SO GOOD! I was lucky enough to see HamiltonContinue reading “Five Things I Love (7-13-2020)”

Five Things I Love (5/18/2020)

This article that compares people who refuse to wear masks to men who refuse to wear condoms. It’s freaking brilliant. Here’s the beginning of the article: Am I the only woman who finds a suspicious similarity between the excuses made by people who refuse to wear masks in public and men who refuse to putContinue reading “Five Things I Love (5/18/2020)”

Quarantine Survival Guide (yes another one, but this one is written by a recently recently retired Librarian)

As of yesterday (March 24th) there were 17 states that had declared statewide Stay-at-Home orders. An additional 10 states had issued partial orders, meaning either cities or counties within the state had stay-at-home orders in place. Frankly, I think the entire country should be shut down – it would be the fastest/most efficient way toContinue reading “Quarantine Survival Guide (yes another one, but this one is written by a recently recently retired Librarian)”