Monthly Archives: April 2006

Here’s a Big Bowl Full of Nothing Special

Alrighty then…..   The weekend started out with me intending to cook something simple and just stay in. I get a call on the way to pick up the kids that hubby wants to meet one of our couple friends … Continue reading

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Swim Suit Buying 101

   I feel old today, and it’s my mirror’s fault. Really, it is. I mean, I haven’t changed much since I was 18. I still have a lot of the same characteristics, thoughts, mannerisms, and beliefs. I still think the … Continue reading

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Apparently, My Writing “Sucks.”

I’ve written before about how the magazine and professional writing lifestyle isn’t nearly as glamorous as it it portrayed on movies and in television. In fact, it’s not even close. Well, at least where I work. I can’t speak for … Continue reading

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Flash Backs and Other Random Thoughts

  Driving home this afternoon, I heard the familiar guitar rifts of my favorite hard rock band. Lucky me, it was a two-fer…. Sweet Child ‘O Mine and Welcome to the Jungle. If you don’t know which band I’m talking … Continue reading

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A Wish for My Daughters

Several nights ago, when my oldest daughter was sick with a cold, she woke up in the middle of the night, calling for me. I rushed upstairs and discovered that she was shocked that she couldn’t speak well and that … Continue reading

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Teeth, Take Sick Kid to Work Day, Mexico, and Motrin

Just When I Think I Have A Plan….   …….Is when everything goes berserk. It’s actually kind of funny sometimes. I am on a serious deadline at work. I am working on three articles. Now mind you, they are articles … Continue reading

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Free To Be Me

    Do you remember this play from, I think, the late 70s or early 80s… based on a book, right? Anyway, I was in this play in elementary school. I just have a vague memory of it. I remember … Continue reading

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