Pills and rhinestones


My hair, the husband, and the kitten.

The other night, I went to take my bedtime medication and my daily pill container had a few rhinestones in it. Pills & Rhinestones – my life in two words. Pills and rhinestones, rhinestones and pills, One cures my blues, and the other my ills. I love that I find rhinestones and glitter all over my apartment. It makes me feel like I’m living a life that is more exciting than it actually is.

For those of you who do not know me, I am a housewife extraordinaire and a cat lady to to the max to two adorable fur-bubbies. I’ve spent a good part of my life sitting in doctor’s offices and take more medication than some would say is good for me. I adore cooking and feeding my friends and loved ones. I’m a lover of all things creative – music, art, books, theater, photography, comedy. I’m a native of Los Angeles, which always surprises my Lyft drivers. Apparently I’m the only one. I married a hilarious comedian and writer from Canada. I feel safe knowing if stuff gets too real here on the south side of the border, I can always migrate to the great white North.

Seeing as it’s 2018, I’m pretty late to the blog game. People still read these, right? Hopefully, this isn’t the first and last post of mine you will read. I hope you give me a chance to make you laugh and entertain you in the future. I have a pretty interesting and crazy past and a delightfully domestic and comedic present. I want to be able to share some life lessons I have learned, hilarious and sad stories of what I’ve lived, the odd recipe now and then, support to other people dealing with chronic illness and pain, and, as all pet parents will subject you to, pictures of my 13 year old cat, Foxy, and my 7 month old kitten, Henry. It will be a delightful messy mix that I hope you will enjoy and maybe share with your friends.

For now, I should probably leave you with this and maybe a few pictures of these kitties I keep talking about.


Foxy claiming me as her person.


Henry being metal.


Henry helping me vote in the mid-term elections.

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