Sex and Suburbia, Blocks (not of the building variety)

So, what is a writer to do when she has major “writer’s block?”  Continuously trying to write seems a colossal waste of time.  Everything that comes out of my mind and onto the computer is stupid and boring and senseless.  I can spew it.  I just can’t write it down.  I’ve tried the chocolate solves all problems cure.  Stuff thy face with M&Ms and thy head shall be cleared?< ...more

Green Eggs and Ham, reinterpreted by a kvetchy mommy

I do not like green eggs and ham.  I do not like them Sam I am.  I do not like the “aging” thing.  I think it has turned me into a king.  Oh, excuse me, not a king, a Buddha.  But Buddha doesn’t rhyme with anything.  Except, oh, woo-hoo-da, I am now a Buddha!  And it’s kind of rude-ha.  And it puts me in a bad mood-ha.  And I don’t look ...more

Sex and Suburbia, Vacation Vixens

I’m all about cruising.  Cruise ship cruising.  From L.A. ...more

Do you need a vacation on Mars?

I'm looking for George Jetson's flying vehicle thingy.  If you want to know why, check out my blog ...more

Sex and Suburbia, The Room

Sex and Suburbia, The Room By Julie Stankowski ...more

Sex and Suburbia, Tweezers and Vasectomies, What?!!!

So, what should I write about today?  Here’s what’s on my mind: tweezers, vasectomies and why I think God created Sundays. ...more

Sex and Suburbia, Name that Tune, Mommy-Style

Sex and Suburbia, Name That Tune, Mommy-Style By Julie Stankowski ...more

Sex and Suburbia, Boboswdn???

Sex and Suburbia, Boboswdn??? By Julie Stankowski ...more

Sex and Suburbia, A Brisket in the Slow-Cooker

Sex and Suburbia, A Brisket in the Slow-Cooker By Julie Stankowski ...more

Will you be my Valentine?

When you think of Valentine’s Day, what pops into your mind?  Love, hearts, romance, roses, chocolates, champagne, $4.00 Hallmark cards, overpaying for dinner?  Some people think Valentine’s Day is just a commercialized holiday created by florists, restaurateurs and greeting card executives simply for profit.  True or not, that is a quite cynical viewpoint.  Instead, choose to look at Valentine’s Day as a ver ...more