matriarch

Merry Christmas with love and laughter from the Zezimas. Stamford Advocate humor columnist Jerry Zezima is the author of
After the death of my mom and grandmother I should have realized that I was now the matriarch but I didn't. Partly because I was too busy raising five children but also because I didn't want the responsibility that came with the title.
"We believe the concept of breaking fashion down into 'women’s' and 'men’s' is outdated, limiting and unproductive."
By Jerry Zezima But he made up for it by introducing Chloe to a bona fide celebrity. No, not the president, but Chloe's hero
Jerry had a brush with the law when he received an $80 ticket after being caught by a red-light camera making an illegal
In the context of our larger family: my father's family is a collection of alpha males ... and females! My mother's family is a collection of ... well, gentle souls who choose to live tranquil lives, far from the madding crowd!
It sure has been an exciting 2012 for the Zezimas! The good news is that nobody in the family went to prison, though three of us had brushes with the law.
Matthew Kennedy: One Man's Journey is a personal valentine to her father -- a man who accomplished things that few people ever have, even without the hindrance of racism.
Since I am in the holiday spirit (and, having just consumed a mug of hot toddy, a glass of eggnog and a nip of cheer, the