I didn't like a book. On thinking about it, that opinion was caused by my throwing my own baggage on it.
It's been eight months since I got married, and I'm at a weird transition point: I've decided to take DH2U's name, and while most places now have me under the new last name, there are a few hold outs. Conducting a name change is not for wimps - or for people with no spare time.… Continue reading More Complicated Than It Sounds
I’ve never considered myself to be a feminist. I’ve written about it before, calling it the “f word”. With so much going on in my life and with this election – thank goodness the vote is tomorrow – I’ve been thinking a lot about the topic lately. But first, a segue. For over a year… Continue reading What the F?
Over the weekend, I celebrated my birthday. It was low key and exactly what I wanted this year. I started the day with my free Grand Slam breakfast at Denny's. I will now be checking a different demographic box on the surveys I love to complete, since my age now ends in a five. I'm… Continue reading Birthday Insight
For many summers, Tom was a camp counselor. Over the years I’ve enjoyed hearing what I’m sure have been sanitized versions of his stories from that time (I’ve seen Meatballs). One of the many lessons that I have taken away from these stories is what they taught new counselors: When creating new games, remember that points… Continue reading Points are Free
When I was doing the final training session for my last 5k race, I noticed that right under my left armpit was sore. I blamed it on the seam of my t-shirt rubbing. That area continued to be sore, however. So I went exploring in the region with my fingers: no swelling, no bumps, no… Continue reading Prescription to Shop
One of my all time favorite movies is Better than Chocolate. The mom of the main character mentions to her new friend (Judy) that she sang in college. She stopped once she realized she would never be the best. Her friend, who is a singer in a club, laughed and said that if that was the… Continue reading Minimum