Wtad.com/whitepages/110217 Bobbe White Were you a customer in our bank October 31? If so, please come back. You saw us at our worst. We wore hideous housecoats, slippers, pajamas, curlers and facial masks. We looked awful. Photo shopping couldn’t help this bunch. You be the judge. It didn’t start out fun for me. While waiting… Continue reading WHEN GIRLS GET UGLY (good happens!)
wtad.com/whitepages/8.10.17/Bobbe White/ Alphabetiquette (n.) al-fuh-BET-i-ket) simple manners for couth after youth. By surprisingly popular request, this is a continued list from my 1.27.17 post, where A -D were introduced. These are common sense manners we see broken every day, everywhere. I post these, not because I am Ms. Manners, but because certain actions bug people.… Continue reading Alphabetiquette: more couth after youth
Bobbe White for wtad.com/whitepages/8.01.17/ To a teacher, the month of August is like a month of Sunday nights. Suzy Duker Goodbye July. Hello School. If there’s ever a memory trigger, going back to school is a powerful one. My vivid memory is first day of kindergarten at Madison School. My outfit has quick… Continue reading BUT SHE THINKS I’M A BOY!
Bobbe White written for wtad.com and trylaughter.com 5/11/17 “If I spent as much time praying as I did plucking, I’d be the Dalai Lama!” Diane Sawyer This quote from More magazine is taped it to my mirror. I feel exactly the same way. There you are, out somewhere. You brush the jawline accidentally. There is… Continue reading HAIR VIGILANTES UNITE!
WTAD.COM WHITE PAGES 1/26/17 Bobbe White ADULTIQUETTE- Sniglets for Couth, after Youth (snig’-lit): n. A word, as defined by Rich Hall, American comedian, that doesn’t appear in the dictionary, but should. During his TV comedy series, Not Necessarily the News (1986-88), Sniglets became so popular, he wrote Sniglets, which has sold over 2 million copies.… Continue reading Adultiquette: Sniglets for Couth After Youth
Written by Bobbe White for “The White Pages” WTAD.COM Why Do We Live Here? Frankly on weekends like the last one, I do not know. It was simply too cold and icy to justify; too treacherous to visit family, stay upright while attempting to walk into work or do anything, really. All of this on… Continue reading Why Do We Live Here?