Back when I was in high school - a junior maybe, going into senior year - I volunteered to help my family's cleaning lady take care of her 3 horses (2 horses, 1 pony) because she was so busy during the day. Every day I'd make my way to the stable and help out at… Continue reading The Only Horse I’ve Ever Loved
I'm seeing a lot more people publishing their formal follow-back policies for Twitter these days...most of them in marketing. I guess there's a sense that if you're a marketer and you follow another marketer, that marketer is through some sort of blood oath dutifully bound to follow you back. I've been in marketing for many… Continue reading My Twitter Follow-Back Policy
Sometimes when you're potentially (or most definitely) exposed to Ebola and you're quarantined for 21 days, you just go a bit stir crazy. We've all been there. Endless 24/7 news coverage of your face on Fox News with talking heads screaming about how you put the country at risk simply by existing. People on Twitter calling… Continue reading 21 Things You Can Do Instead of Violating Your 21 Day Ebola Quarantine
So we have a black bear. I'm sure we've had them before - the woods across the street are dense and home to a ton of wildlife. They're also protected green space so there's not much back there to disrupt them. Our trash cans are probably a little long in the tooth, and the ones… Continue reading What Kind of Mother Forgets the Rape Whistle?
I don't know what life is like for other single moms, stay at home moms, married moms, bereaved moms, moms who ran away and left it all behind, moms of kids adopted from other cultures, grandmas, step-moms, surrogate moms, or anybody else in a motherly position. I only know what life is like for me.… Continue reading A Day in the Life