I love dachshunds. They are like potato chips, you can’t just have one. Growing up, one of my aunts had a dachshund name Kimba and I fell in love with the breed. They are so funny looking. To me they look like little coffee tables with tails. When Molly & I were in college we almost adopted one, but wisely decided against it. It wasn’t until few years out of college when we finally got our first Doxie, Roxie the Doxie.
So why did you move to US? I still get this question asked all the time. I have been living in this country most of my life but I will always be an immigrant. I don’t really mind it though, immigrant sounds tough and cool. I’d like to think I am like the immigrants who came to Ellis Island all those years ago, but I came on a jumbo jet with inflight movies not on a sardine packed boat when people didn’t bathe very often.
I love doctors, I really do. I have all sorts of them. I have a general practitioner, an allergist, gastroenterologist, dermatologist, sleep therapist, I even have a psychiotrist to help me deal with some of the recent issues. Continue reading
I originally posted this on Facebook for my friends and received overwhelming kind responses. The response was the reason I decided to start this blog. I thought for the weekend it deserved a reposting, that and I have to take the girls to Soccer & Ballet today so I have no time for writting 🙂 Continue reading
If you want to see Molly’s interview on Stand Up to Cancer before it airs tonight, It has been already posted on her NBC Website.