My mom got her first and only tattoo at the age of 9 in 1951.
No, she didn’t run a loan shark business, her grandmother did that. Or disappear cars for the Chicago mob, her father did that. Or mastermind a gang of hoodlums, actually that one is true… she was definitely the ringleader.
The truth is a story you’ve never heard. And that story is pretty bizarre. Continue reading “Blood Type Tattoos”
This recipe for Paleo Carnitas is AMAZING. Plus it is insanely easy to make. Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is the not so secret ingredient that makes these so insanely good.
People will literally say WOW! when they eat them. Continue reading “Paleo Carnitas: Slow Cooker Apple Cider Vinegar Pulled Pork”
One of the pleasures of winter is eating chili on a cold snowy day. My Paleo Slow Cooker Chili recipe will ensure easy access to delicious chili whenever you want. This recipe is uncomplicated and produces perfect results every time. If I’m not feeding my family, I’ll split the batch in half and freeze one for later. Continue reading “Paleo Slow Cooker Chili”
“Sometimes the briefest moments capture us, force us to take them in, and demand that we live the rest of our lives in reference to them.” – Lucy Grealy, Author “Autobiography of a Face”
I was 11 years old when my best friend told me, “You’d be pretty if it weren’t for your face.” How was I supposed to respond to that? “uh, thanks?” In reality, I didn’t know what to say because I thought I was already pretty.
That tiny moment ultimately helped define the person that I am today. Continue reading “You’d Be Pretty If It Weren’t For Your Face”
First and foremost, I am a storyteller.
That’s why I love history. I thrive on digging up and discovering lost stories and voices. Second, and almost as important, I am a performer. I love telling the story.
As the storyteller for ezjoLife I am the personality driving the story. I am a Comedian, an Actor, a Public Speaker, Congenital Anosmic and Rule Breaker. I put all my passions together in one place and created my dream job. Continue reading “Who am I?”