Adoption

OK, I’m freaking lazy about posting to this crazy blog, I’ll admit it. But if there is one thing I am good at, it is procrastination.Case in point: I turn 35 this year and we are just now getting the paperwork done to try and adopt. I’ve known for years that I can’t really have … Read more…

Interoperability

OK, I’m going to geek out for a minute here.I don’t particularly care for Internet Explorer or Outlook. It’s not a matter of hating Microsoft’s ill-gotten monopoly so much as I really don’t care for their feature set. I’ve worked with GroupWise as a full PIM/Groupware it whomps Outlook’s keister all over the playground. I … Read more…

Changes

This week my husband found an old tape of mine, so yesterday I was listening to Aerosmith while I cleaned house, and it brought back a lot of memories. Aside from remembering how extremely obsessed with sex that Aerosmith was, and the memories of riding in the back of a green 1968 Camaro in an … Read more…

@#$%!*#!

When I was a teenager I was a pretty good kid. Got good grades, ran errands, babysat my younger siblings, went to church, etc. This led to my being labeled something of a goody-two-shoes and I found people who hardly knew me predicting my behavior — often accurately. For some reason this made me livid … Read more…

Knowing God

OK, excuse the weakness of my writing on this one. I haven’t had many opportunities to exercise my logic muscles for a number of years and they are pretty flabby. But as I’ve said, there are some things I just want to get out and this venue is more for me than for you, so … Read more…

Sins v. Sinners

I am, in general, considered to be a nice person. I say please and thank you, volunteer at hospitals, will watch friends’ children for free, and even occasionally remember birthdays. I’m not perfect, of course, but in general, I’m not too bad. However, I am also very opinionated. I have pretty strong opinions on a … Read more…