Monthly Archives: January 2012

Clever, comical colleagues

I work in a section of office space that houses around 75 people (give or take).    Many (most) of these individuals are vibrant, dynamic personalities.  They are engaging, witty, personable, kind, wicked smart, outgoing, gregarious, lovely extroverts.  They work very … Continue reading

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#77: Try a new flavor style of ice cream

I don’t watch a lot of TV. I have a few shows that I record (my current line-up includes House, Modern Family, and Dog Whisperer), and I watch them as I walk on our treadmill during these cold, dark, icy … Continue reading

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Error alert

This week my sweetie and I are having some painting done in a few rooms in our house (specifically, our bedroom and my study); as a result, nearly every room on our main level is in a state of substantial … Continue reading

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Wow, that’s some forgetfulness…

Walking to my car after work today, I turned a corner and saw this: Now, I can be rather absent-minded myself (I’ve misplaced everything from my cell phone to my credit card), so I’m not criticizing the individual who accidentally … Continue reading

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#13: Participate in a flash mob

When I created my 101 list, I simply wrote down items that I wanted to try, experience, do. I didn’t pay attention to cost, logistics, reason, or rationality – I just included whatever came to my mind that 1) was … Continue reading

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Sympathetic strangers

[Warning: This post contains curse words.  Please continue reading at your own discretion.] I have been in a piss poor mood for the better part of the day.  My negativity began at 4 am when I woke to find a … Continue reading

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A hot date

Every night for the past several weeks I have had a standing date with two pretty awesome guys: After dinner, we all retire to the living room – where we read or watch TV, and indulge in some ‘cuddle time’: … Continue reading

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Relief in renunciation

I read a magazine article today about how to prevent a “money disaster” – i.e., how to keep track of valuables and their worth for the purposes of filing a claim with an insurance company, should a real disaster (flood, … Continue reading

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Order of Operations

Everything I currently know, I had to learn at some point in my life. Things that seem intuitive or like “common sense” were not always inherent in my mind – I had to actively acquire those ‘automatic’ nuggets of knowledge. … Continue reading

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Reader Appreciation

I really enjoy writing. The act of moving thoughts that are rattling around my brain, out through my fingers, and onto a page or screen just does ‘something’ for me – something that speaking, discussing, singing, and other forms of … Continue reading

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