Week 43: Windows / Doors You know the old saying...
It would be an understatement to say it's been a hectic half a year. But it hasn't been too busy not to notice what a big kid you've become. You've taken to Nettles as a big brother does; you've bonded even more with Bebe even if you do bicker a bit more (a testament to... Continue Reading →
Oh Nettles, Nettles, Nettles. You are a special soul, truly: only you - but only you - can be home with me all day while I attempt to get work done, roar at me on constant, and when I try to help, you laugh in my face - and get away with it. It's fascinating me to... Continue Reading →
Benefit of a very great week of tiyulim. Week 42: Landscape Rocks in italics.
How is it natural to go from a 6-month-old clawing at your neck while laughing in your face all day, and then at 5pm switching to wearing suitable Waldorf Astoria clothing, packing business cards into your clutch and smiling like you haven't been waking up every two hours for the last few nights? It's not.... Continue Reading →
This was a learning week. Learned something new about my camera. I took a LOT of shots of a LOT of different subjects and I didn't want to go with another flower or fruit... Took way better shots than this but this is what I felt in the end. BUT I learned so much about... Continue Reading →
And like that, you were three. Bigger, a little bolder, a lot brighter. This hasn't been the easiest half a year for you Bebe; gaining a little sibling is wonderful as you know, but also kind of challenging, as you know... right? Your love and warmth and all-encompassing care for your baby sister has been... Continue Reading →
Week 40: Pairs "Here's my two cents..."
Something I'm learning: getting 'older' professionally exposes me to considering more often the 'women in professional situations' issues. Here are a few things I'm thinking about today: When Women Manage Men Who Don't Respect Women Kinda surprised this went on that far; then again, I'm also totally not surprised. Her line of thinking seems familiar... Continue Reading →