I have never for a moment bought into the idea that stay-at-home mothers lived the life of luxury that I think something people do. I actually wonder how many people really believe that it’s an endless life of bon-bon eating and television watching. I suppose you could also throw in the occasional lunch out or … Continue reading
Posted in January 2012 …
Girls Can Like Football Too
I’ve heard the stories many times and so have you: men who hope against hope that their first child (or any number of children thereafter) is a boy. Why? Well, they need that someone to watch the big game with. They need a boy, apparently, to play catch with, shoot hoops with, or, I don’t … Continue reading
Back To My Own Future
I am no tremendous athlete. I never have been. Point of fact, the peak of my athletic life came a few years ago in co-ed underhand softball when, over the span of a 13-game season, I was actually able to hit pretty well. I finished the season with the second best batting average on the … Continue reading
I’ll fully admit that I don’t know every in and out of the SOPA and PIPA bills. It surely does feel as though it’s using a firehouse to put out a match though. Here are some links to both enjoy and educate: What is SOPA? CBS News primer The Verge SOPA Blackout The Oatmeal The … Continue reading
Answer #48 to the question “What’s the hardest thing about having four kids?”: Getting one good picture of them all together.
Travels With Maggie: Part II
(In case you missed Part I, we’ve saved it right here for you) DECEMBER 27th: Jordan’s Furniture It’s that week between Christmas and New Year’s and Maggie is off from school. While I’m sure she would be perfectly content spending all day in the house reading, watching television, or playing video games (or perhaps some combination thereof), … Continue reading
Travels With Maggie: Part I
One of the side effects of my new employment status (or lack thereof) is that I am now the one who will hang with the children in the event of any early release or off day from school altogether. We used to split these duties (and by “split” I, of course, mean Amy did it … Continue reading
Up In The Air Associates, Inc.
Have you ever seen the movie Up In The Air? It was the one where George Clooney kept flying around the country firing people. He worked for a company that broke the bad news to employees of companies that lacked the sack to do it themselves. While they didn’t focus on it much, the company … Continue reading
New Year Extra: Stats!
It’s been 2012 for 36 whole minutes and my friends at WordPress.com prepared this lovely report for me to share with you all. Some of the numbers don’t jibe with mine (they seem to be about 800 views shy of what my numbers tell me, for instance) but some interesting stuff nonetheless. If nothing else, … Continue reading