Monthly Archives: November 2010

Thanksgiving memories

You will never forget the first time you witness your pappy looking into a turkey’s butt with a flashlight. Trust Me.

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The Korea Konspiracy deepens

The disturbing chain of events: 1. Mo does an illustration for the business magazine “Industry Standard.” Months later, it gets picked up by the Korean version of the magazine. This is the only foreign magazine she’s ever had an illustration … Continue reading

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Mo’s not feeling well

She says she has a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell. A bonus glimpse into the Mind of Mo: There is a can of frosting on the right side. This is because she was making brownies and liked … Continue reading

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My trip to the lobotomist

I went in today for a blood test at one of those Jiffy-Lube labs. Things were going along mundanely until I looked up and see the sign: “Our phlebotomists are required to wear latex gloves.” Which is not funny except … Continue reading

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Girl talk

Me: Do you want to go in Cost Plus Market? (because you can never have too many wooden monkeys.) Mo: No, I don’t feel like shopping. I’m just not a girl. Me: OK. Mo: Wait. Let’s go in. Me: Why? … Continue reading

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Popsicles in my lucky boxers

I’m working my day job, which requires me to play youtube songs for Mo while she paints stripes on the tail of a mouse. Or a mole. Or a goat. After a while you learn not to ask. You say, … Continue reading

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Raising the question …

… If you sit on a jar of paint long enough, can you hatch a painting?

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