We do not know the true value of our moments until they have undergone the test of memory.
-Georges Duhamel

Little League, big laughs

by lesliedinaberg on March 23, 2007

My son finally graduated from T-Ball to Mini Minors Little League this season and I haven’t stopped laughing. As a mom, I don’t have a whole lot of ego invested in my son’s sports career. Most dads are another story. My experience with dads who volunteer to coach is that they fall into a few […]

Everybody Loves Leslie

by lesliedinaberg on March 16, 2007

My Life as a Sitcom Wine, chocolate, and naps are indispensable tools in my “how to deal with life” arsenal, but sometimes fantasy is the only narcotic that does the trick. As a kid I thought that life at the Brady house or singing “Hello World” with the Partridge Family looked a lot more fun […]

Pillow Talk: Confessions of a Naphomaniac

by lesliedinaberg on March 9, 2007

I am not looking forward to Sunday. Sure, I’ll come to love the extra daylight that comes from “springing ahead.” And yes, sooner or later I will get used to waking up in the dark. But this Sunday morning I am guaranteed to be really really grumpy. That first day of daylight savings time always […]

The Twinkie Defense

by lesliedinaberg on March 2, 2007

I’ve been thinking a lot about vitamins and Twinkies this week, and it’s not just because I’ve started on a new diet. First there was the Women’s Literary Festival, where “chica-lit” author Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez used a vitamin-filled Twinkie analogy to describe her books. Her brightly covered book jackets tease with titles like The Dirty Girls […]