Monthly Archives: April 2012


So that is what my Frisky column this week is about: how to keep the Wedding Crazy from taking over: But for the last several days, I’ve had to force myself to occupy every moment of my time with some … Continue reading

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Hitched: Having A Co-Bachelor/ette Party

For this week’s Hitched column at The Frisky, I write about how Patrick and I decided to have a co-bachelor/ette camping weekend in lieu of traditional, gender-divided bachelor/ette parties. It was awesome. In the party family, bachelor/ette parties are closely … Continue reading

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Anti-Choice Legislators In Texas No Longer Subject To Stupid Democratic Process

Representative Bill Zedler–Arlington, represent!–couldn’t get his creepy, Orwellian information-gathering amendment passed wherein he wanted to gather as much information as possible on abortion-seeking women, so he just told the State Department of Health Services to institute as much of it … Continue reading

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Please let this be our one and only wedding disaster.

This week in my Hitched column for The Frisky: Our wedding venue fell through 20 days before our wedding. I thought it was a hilarious April Fool’s joke when on Sunday, we met our day-of planner, Tracy, at our venue … Continue reading

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