I Didn’t Even Apply But I Was Recruited Anyway

May 08, 2019

If you want to volunteer at any DC Public School, as of Fall, 2018, you have to jump through the added hoops of getting a TB test and being fingerprinted at the DCPS Central Office. Suffice it to say, most people are too busy for this nonsense, so there is a limited number of parents […]

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And I Didn’t Puke This Time!

January 30, 2019

Guess who went on another field trip as a chaperone? Yes, this glutton for punishment. As someone who gets car sick backing out of the driveway, you would think I would stop raising my hand for this stuff. Here’s the good news: I can finally say I’ve been to and toured Dumbarton House! Here’s the […]

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That Beeyotch Manning the Toys for Tots Table

December 16, 2018

The Glover Park Holiday Party was this past Friday night. The party is just as much a neighborhood event as it is a school event. Because I like to be all helpful and shizz, I checked out the list of volunteer spots available to see what help was needed. You gotta know your limits when […]

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Bananas Never Survive a Roadtrip

December 08, 2018

Today is Real Estate Dad’s birthday. I thought about not saying anything until 10 minutes to midnight like he did to me last year, but I decided not to. I mean, I don’t want anyone to think I hold a grudge or anything. Besides, he looked so good when he got ready for a meeting […]

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Class Mom on Crack

October 28, 2018

The real estate market has come to a skidding halt. There. I said it. Summers and Holidays are always slow times, but come September and January, all the agents out there prep themselves for the return of the market. We never quite know what it will bring. Will it pick up where it left off […]

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Four is the New 17

September 18, 2018

School continues to provide a never-ending source of frustration and entertainment. M’s bestie told her mama that a girl in their class said that she doesn’t like Hillary Clinton because certain types of people give her money. (This is why my parents spoke Greek at home, so we wouldn’t go running our mouth about what […]

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