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40 and fabulous!

I have to shout out to the world today that I am excited to be 40! No regrets from the past, just glad I’m not 20 or 30 again! No botox, no boob job, no tummy tuck, (some nose work 16 years ago -I confess) and whatever nature throws me from here on in, I […]

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March 16th Metiaire Parade

I dug around for info on the Metairie St Patty’s Day parade info and there wasn’t much out there but the starting time- noon. It wasn’t even mentioned on the front page of the Jefferson Parish website – WTH??? Anyhoo, I’ll be hanging out at the beginning of the parade so I can get home […]

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Wednesday Jambalaya (matchmaking too)

First off, thanks for being so patient. The past few days, KMG was experiencing some technical difficulties! YAY – they are all fixed now! I wish I could just walk around and pair up great people looking for love (no aspirations for a dating service – don’t worry). Besides, statistically, most people will meet on […]

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Mardi Gras learned lessons (or lessons learned)

These specific lessons were learned YESTERDAY. It is 8 AM as I am starting to write this post and I will hear or pay for the mistakes I made all day (fer sure). Feel no pity for The Princess of Positive, but laugh “with” her and “for” her as it hurts to laugh (and yes, […]

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Eve has a new Krewe Member-The Princess of Positive

I never did the sorority thing, but as I’ve gotten older and wiser, I realize that other women can truly compliment your life. I hang with my on-line girls every day, called the Cotillion. We are the best and brightest bloggers in the blogosphere and it is invite only. We have quite a blogroll and […]

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Mardi Gras throws are like fruitcakes

Well, not exactly, but I liked the title and I’m sticking with it! We attended the Krewe of Eve (the women’s parade) parade in Mandeville last night. How many “throws” can one family accumulate over a month? Well, a ton, and very little of it is edible (like a fruitcake). We brought two rolling suitcases […]

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