Thanksgiving at my in-laws is great, except for one tiny thing. OK, so maybe it’s not a tiny thing. It’s a major thing. There is no turkey.
Laney tries to help the new girl fit in at a new school in a new country. A story of beauty, youth, and moustache bleach.
This is the first time we’ve seen Aimee so happy and so alive since her divorce. But looks, words, coffee, and cinnamon buns can be deceiving.
On the surface, these seem like the lamest superpowers anyone could ever have. But for real, how much would you give for this to be your life?
The comments section is a gross, angry place. It’s the worst place in the whole internet. Why do we let ourselves get sucked in?
Another day, another school shooting. Hopes and prayers and locker searches and pain and violence and senseless loss of lives.
How many lies have you heard in a lifetime? Jessica walks us back through the big ones, the small ones, and the many many lies that have fooled us all.
Gert never wanted to go to her cousin’s stupid party where she doesn’t even know anyone! But a conversation with Uncle Terry reveals the truth about adults.
Maureen has been taking care of her grandma, whose memory is fading fast. It’s a daunting responsibility, and you never get a day off.