Listen to Me…Listen to Your Mother Indianapolis


Giving Motherhood a Microphone. That’s the tagline behind a nationwide series of shows called, “Listen to Your Mother” that is playing in 32 cities across the country over the next two weeks in celebration of Mother’s Day. I have the honor of being a member of the 2014 cast of the show in Indianapolis on Sunday April … Continue reading

Seriously, Leave Barbie Alone


Lean In…come closer…closer…Pssst…Leave Barbie alone. Seriously. It seems as though lately everyone is out to get this American toy treasure charging her with diminishing young girls self esteem in the form of a proposal to ban Girl Scout Barbie badges to creating a doll the more accurately mimics a female figure. It is absolutely ridiculous … Continue reading

A McPlea for the McFun Muffler


There’s a McJackass on the loose and they are taking all the McFun out of McDonald’s. The McDonald’s in my town was just rebuilt from the ground up. A well-deserved rebuild, considering this fast food joint earned social mecca status in 1978. Somehow ordering a diet soda cancelled out the calories of the large order … Continue reading

Fifty, Fuzzy and Fabulous


“Really? I still feel 16.” That’s what my brain said to my body the morning of my 50th birthday. Most of the time, it’s hard to remember I’m half a century old.  It’s hell to have peach fuzz on my brain and above my upper lip. Sure, a lot has changed over the years. In … Continue reading

Fore The Love of Family


There is a new Superdad versus Supermom challenge in our house – teaching our tween daughter how to play golf. Some may defer to the more experienced person with the most tournament tags and expensive fancy golf clubs – let’s call him dad.  While others may defer to the most patient person even though her … Continue reading

Behold The Superpower of the Father-Daughter Bond


After years of being the top nurturer, playmate, errand co-pilot and snuggler to our little person of Earth, Supermom has been overtaken. The weapon is more powerful than kryptonite or a magic lasso. Few would ever suspect that an unassuming dad who is regularly dressed in a business suit and loafers or a t-shirt and … Continue reading