We learned a lot about ourselves in 2007. Renee and Elliott are both enjoying life as the parents of a new baby girl. Elliott is totally wrapped up in his role as daddy, and Renée provides the “been there, done that” wisdom that has eased the transition. There has been a surge in advertising for [...]
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Public transit gets a bad rap in South Florida. Many people I talk to dismiss it as inconvenient and inadequate. This perception is understandable. The infrastructure was not built with public transit in mind. There are so many good reasons to use public transit. I use it as often as possible.
Reader Debbie in Tamarac, Florida provided the tip I needed to find the 411 on these “Happy People” stickers. My disdain has been replaced by admiration. The stickers in question are sold by FamilyAboard.com, a business started by a stay-at-home mom. It’s ironic that my sophomoric ridicule was directed at people we share some core [...]
We were on our way to the Ikea grand opening when we spied these stickers. In my previous post about those darn happy people stickers, I didn’t write about the different variations on this theme. These flip-flops aren’t as nauseating as the “happy people.” I still haven’t encountered these stickers for sale in person or [...]
What’s With These Stickers? If you live in the suburbs, you’ve seen these stickers. You see them on SUVs and minivans. You are guaranteed to see them at the grocery store, the mall, and obstructing traffic between 2 and 3 pm each weekday. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that these stickers are [...]