Over dinner the other night, I was trying to figure out with my spouse how I could watch or record my friend Jacqueline, when she appeared on the New York ABC affiliate on Saturday night (I was ultimately unsuccesful, to my great disappointment).
My older son, S., asked why I wanted to watch it: "What if it's just a show with a bunch of women talking about how much they hated getting cancer?"
Me: "No, it's going to be much more than that. The woman who wrote "Cancer Vixen" is going to be on.
S.: "Oh, I know that book!" (he is seriously into graphic novels)
Me: And Jacqueline makes amazing jewelry. She also makes beautiful clothing for women who have lost a breast."
D., my four old, then piped up: "Mama, you've lost a breast. You should get some of that clothing."