Wow, I can't believe it's been almost a year since I last blogged. I've been formulating posts in my mind, but I think life got in the way. Also, I don't keep a working computer at my house anymore. The computers stay at my office, and it has really helped with keeping family time for … Continue reading Hello World, Again.
Why, Hello there stranger! Apparently I've been very busy living life for the past month and fell off the blogging bandwagon. It happens. Never feel guilty about it. Today's post is inspired by nothing. I'm talking specifically about the amount of space created when nothing occupies it. This morning I was looking in my bathroom linen … Continue reading Visible Change
What do you call a fake noodle? An Impasta! This week, actress Viola Davis said she feels like she has imposter syndrome. Impostor syndrome (also spelled imposter syndrome, also known as impostor phenomenon or fraud syndrome) is a term coined in 1978 by clinical psychologists Dr. Pauline R. Clance and Suzanne A. Imes referring to … Continue reading Imposters
I, ahem, had a bit of a setback this weekend. After not shopping for the sake of shopping for what seemed like a year (more like a few months), I received a phone call from a relative that the Amazon/Target returns re-sale store he managed was closing...in two days. So.many.bargains.to.be.had. I bought seven kites among other … Continue reading Then, There Was a Sale
Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Public died in an unexpected car accident this past Friday. They were wholly unprepared to die said family and friends. This was evident by their lack of a last will and testament despite being in their 40's. They leave behind three children, an underwater mortgage payment, numerous credit card bills, and three … Continue reading An Honest Obit
Do you remember the first time you moved into your very own apartment or home? Did it feel sparse? Did you feel like you needed to fill it up because it still looked empty? I think we all fall into that trap especially when we are young. A sparse home doesn't usually give off the feeling … Continue reading Out of Sight, Out of Mind
Yesterday was my husband's 40th birthday. Over the past few months, I considered throwing him a surprise party, but I eventually succumbed to the fact that surprises aren't his style. I remember when I was pregnant with my oldest that I had three separate *SURPRISE* baby showers. Sometimes it's fun to get surprised, and other … Continue reading Almost a Cupid