Month: February 2014

  • Housekeeping

    (Revised to Protect the Innocent) Question:   Heather, how do you do it?  How do you keep your marriage fresh and exciting after nearly five whole months, while still managing to drive your kids around, post a blog once a week, and play at least two rounds a day of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? […]

  • How I Met Your Stepfather

    As we discussed several blogs ago, finding the not-quite-perfect dress for your mid-life wedding shouldn’t be your sole focus as the big day draws near: sooner or later, you’re going to have to pick a husband to complete your look.  And while I’m a big proponent of The Old Ways Are The Best Ways school […]

  • Meanopause, the Musical!

    Scene 5: Queen at the King of Prussia Mall (In which our future family goes shopping in Philadelphia.) (to the tune of “Bohemian Rhapsody”) “Me”:  Is this a good dress? Does it look fat on me? If 4’s my pant size Why the hell is it squashing me? Nope, that’s too wide. I can’t be […]

  • “Mom”’s Advice For How to Dress For Your Mid-Life Wedding Nearly Thirty Years Ago

    Lately, I’ve had the sneaking suspicion that you’ve begun to question my credentials as a mid-life wedding fashion advice-giver (mostly because I’ve been reading your blog, “Who Died And Made You The Mid-life Wedding Fashion Expert?”).  And while I want you to know that I think your writing, minus the spelling and grammar errors (the […]