We asked women in the We Are Mable Syndrome Women Facebook group for their favorite albums of the year and received lots of responses. Some people also provided a few sentences about why they chose a certain album. Some couldn’t narrow it down to just one. In no particular order, here’s what everyone said: Ways Away by Ways Away (Dawn Renee) My favorite album of the year came as a complete surprise to me, and I had to be nudged a little to listen to it. Every track is bomb; h
What the fuck Spotify! I listen to Bad Cop Bad Cop, Atmosphere and Get Dead non-stop what the hell !! Fuckin capitalist. Well, I'd love to share a little bit about why my music list is looking this way this year.
Let's start with this March as the rest of the world was dealing with the virus. I was catching my husband of 8 yrs with a lover. Then, a reaction I never imagined of trying to fix my fucked up marriage! There, fuckin agony and pain of being cheated on to the point
Way back in July, Kristen asked the Mable Syndrome Facebook group where we first learned about the Mable Syndrome podcast and what our first impressions were. I spent some time thinking about it, then spent time thinking about the impact Mable Syndrome has had in my life, then I thought about blog post I’d like to write about it, and then, well, I got caught up in 2020 and completely forgot about it. A few weeks ago, Kristen encouraged me to contribute something and it remind
It's one day before Thanksgiving. In my family growing up, this would be prep day. Pop would be making stuffing, leaving the turkey out. Mom would be making mashed potatoes, with lots of buttermilk and butter. I loved the smells of rosemary and thyme. I found them comforting. Oma's favorite part of Thanksgiving was stuffing and gravy. Mine too. Holidays have looked different the past 10 years. No more getting together with relatives, no more stress over cooking. No wh