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MISTAKE: BRINGING YOUR DISHES TO THE SINK Remedy: Load the dishwasher (or hand wash) Bottom line: As a guest in someone else’s
Parents and etiquette experts weigh in on this modern trend.
There's an app for every aspect of wedding planning now. But it's a double-edged sword. Just because you CAN do something more quickly and easily than ever before, doesn't necessarily mean it's a good idea.
Should you put your napkin in your lap? You might also ask, did the mountain come to Muhammad? There are those who believe
You know what they say: The road to grandma's is paved with good intentions.
The couple will appreciate the extra love. 💌
Remember that gluten-free muffin basket your neighbor brought by when you moved into your new home? Little did you know, that
It was the last First Annual Heckel Tacky Christmas Gala, a festive blur of gold lamé turtlenecks, Slim Jims and Easy Cheese platters, Carlo Rossi wine sold by the jug and three hours of dirty regret before the party ended early in the emergency room.
I frequently feel like I'm channeling Miss Clara. Bad manners abound. Men who won't allow a woman to exit an elevator first. Cars that honk after waiting less than a second at a light that just changed. People cracking their gum so loudly it sounds like a trip to the gun range. And don't get me started about talking in a movie theater.
Let's face it, weddings and all the related festivities are opportunities for awkward moments and a bit of hand wringing. As parents, we want to do more than just survive our child's wedding.