New favorite writer. This is so profoundly good.
On Ask a Fancy Person: Occasionless Gifts, Chemo Baldness at the Office, The "Thanks For the Birthday Wishes" Anomie
I know someone who buys thrift gifts for friends regularly, and she recently complained (on good ol' Facebook) about how people never return the favor. No good.
This is all very interesting, though now I'm ashamed that I've never "looked into" my cervix.
Y'all, don't worry! The show's music will be in very good hands with Buddy Miller.
I'm almost 43, and I've finally found a way to make my typically dry, bumpy skin look luminous. I credit tons of water, a quick nightly wash with a Target brand exfoliating face wipe (cucumber rag, my bf calls it), coconut oil as night cream on face and neck, and Kiehl's sunscreen moisturizer during the day. If I don't have a cuke rag on me, I splash with cold water and pat dry. I had an accident recently and had to stay vigilant with sunscreen to avoid facial scarring. That could've been what helped the most, come to think of it.
I wonder if a male EMT or ER doctor has ever asked a woman out while trying to save her life?
LW#3, the correct response is, "You're perfect exactly as you are," but the question should never be asked in the first place! I hope you can put this obsession behind you because once you do, everything, especially sex, will get better.
I love you, Sarah Marshall! I live for this stuff.
I <3 Esther! This is my favorite one ever.