Tag Archives: Ageing

Say My Name In Jewish

“Can you say my name in Jewish?”

“Uh, well, okay, what’s your name?”

“Tiffany!”

“Alright, let me see if I can figure it out, my Jewish isn’t fluent by any means, but I’m pretty sure it would be-

Tiffany.” Continue reading Say My Name In Jewish

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Translating for My Dad

When I was seventeen and remarked that I probably wasn’t as smart as I thought I was and he replied: “Probably not.”

What this means: No matter how smart you are there is always room for improvement.

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Death Child

I’ve always been the death child for both of my parents. I’ve known since a very early age that they both want to be cremated. Whenever there is a story on the news about some breakthrough in dementia or a family fighting over maintaining life support for a vegetable, the parent watching would turn to me and let me know that I am never to let that happen to them. I’ve got a pillow ready. Continue reading Death Child