Musings

The Green-eyed Monster

Yesterday, I found out an ex-colleague of mine started a blog on part time parenthood. He is a recently separated father and he speaks of his experience. Wonderful! He wants to express his side of the story, to give a man's take on a common life event, and perhaps help others who experience the unexpected… Continue reading The Green-eyed Monster

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Daily grievance and fun

Circadian Rhythm

This... that above... mine is... fubar. I napped twice today and still I would go back to bed if I could. Close to 20 years of sleep issues make me a very tired woman. The first culprit was my becoming a mother. No stranger to interrupted sleep, it did not get better when the second… Continue reading Circadian Rhythm

Daily grievance and fun, Uncategorized

Utterly Unimpressed

I do not bitch and moan a lot, I prefer to let things slide and go on my merry way. I have an office job, a regular 9 to 5 gig, and depending on deadlines, I am also "unofficially" on-call. In a nutshell, the soldier reports for duty anytime the general calls (and no, I… Continue reading Utterly Unimpressed

Special

Happy Mother’s Day

Where would we be without our mothers? Mothers know... just about everything! From lessening the pain from a boo boo to curing our deadly cold, from making us behave in public to finding the grit to surpass ourselves, mothers have a magic trick for just about everything. That is to say, mothers have a lot… Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day

Musings

Respect is Given, not Earned.

I cringe every time I hear respect is earned. Social manners dictate a basic amount of respect. Do people go about their lives and push people around, beat them up, kill them just for the fun of it? As a standard, no. These things are called assault, aggravated assault, and homicide; they are crimes. Do… Continue reading Respect is Given, not Earned.

People

Infectuous Disease – The Desire to Butt in

For some reason I cannot pin down, I find myself commenting, contributing to conversations, bringing up my knowledge on the topic, or asking a mind-opening question. Why in the world do I butt in when I am not required to - why is it now important for me to say what I think? I have… Continue reading Infectuous Disease – The Desire to Butt in