Monthly Archives: January 2013

Questions of life and death and gum and cutie marks

While waiting in line at Whole Foods (and by waiting I mean that I was standing in line and my children were chasing each other in circles around the poor, bewildered lady behind me who was holding a dozen mini … Continue reading

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The joys of apartment living

We spent last weekend at my friends’ spacious, five-bedroom house.  They have four children who, ranging in age from 3 to 11, sit at the table, eat their dinner, dress themselves, brush their teeth, play independently and play together with … Continue reading

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Forming an Intent

This is what I intended to eat after I put the kids to bed. This is what I actually ate after I put the kids to bed. This a good example of how the best laid plans can go awry, … Continue reading

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Juliet had a point but…

You don’t have to be a Montague or a Capulet to understand that names really do matter.  Especially in the age of the internet and the search engine.   So when I jumped on the bandwagon as late as I did, … Continue reading

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Don’t keep the lights on

Every cloud has a silver lining. Last night the cloud was an argument between me and my husband.  Like all arguments it had fuzzy beginnings–Best I can remember it started out as a cheerful email, “Hey let’s meet at the … Continue reading

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“What does she do all day?”

I don’t think of myself as a procrastinator. Still, when I am confronted by a sink full of dirty dishes, or an aging pile of unfolded laundry, or with fact that there is no toilet paper in the house, I … Continue reading

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