Monthly Archives: March 2011

Your contract has expired.

One of the things I love about working in a small office that is totally open – as in, all eight of us are sitting together all day in one open space – is that everyone gets to be a … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day. I found this out from a friend of mine who is Russian (so, international), but also a guy (so, enlightened I guess). Actually, today is the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day, which makes me … Continue reading

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The most talented guy in the room.

Get me and my brother and sister together and you’ll notice some similarities. We’re all pretty talkative. Our political and religious beliefs are generally along the same lines. We can discuss endlessly the weirdness of our various parental units, and … Continue reading

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Bananas, barf and a bucket of questions.

The feeding starts out just like any other. Slide Annie into the high chair against her will – she’s hungry, but not that excited about sitting. Push the tray back to hold her in and toss a few rice krispies … Continue reading

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A personal salt cellar and other signs of adulthood.

When I was nine my idea of adulthood was about like this: I could eat all the brownies I wanted to at one time, I could decide my own bedtime and I could become a professional roller skater. Two out … Continue reading

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