In a previous post, I lamented the lack of philosophical writings for women. A collection of ideas where the chief goal was to empower, embolden, and other em-words like that there. But was it true? Did we really lack such writings, or was I falling into a “poor me” mentality, as satisfying as it is… Read More Recent Discovery: the Diary of a Noble Woman
There are few guarantees in this world, but one thing we can be sure of: as long as we keep living, we’ll keep getting older. Which means one day I’ll be an old lady. So I’ve been wondering. What sort of old lady will I be? As it so happens, I’ve known several old ladies… Read More What Sort of Old Lady Will I Be?
Ordinarily I’m not one to namedrop, but the fact is, I know Mr. and Mrs. Claus personally. No, really! Fact is, I work with them. They’ve been working at our school since last August.
Beings how I scheduled this post ahead of time, I have no idea how the election turned out. Therefore, I shall make a prediction. I predict, The sun rose today The birds sang The neighbor’s dog pooped in my yard One more thing that’s fairly safe to predict: No matter who won, the other side… Read More The Election is Over; It’s Time for Philosophy and Cookies
Both kids are getting their wisdom teeth out today. In light of that, I took them to their favorite Chinese buffet last night. I think they ate every crunchy, fried item there. I even gave them my fortune cookie to split. Now, I’m not sure how donated cookies play out in fortune cookie rules, but… Read More As the Cookie Crumbles
You remember how I said I have a tattoo, right? And that I find tattoos fascinating? I wanted to remind you, lest you think I’m being judgmental in this post. I recently heard of a guy who had a cookie recipe tattooed on his leg, because he lost the recipe once and didn’t want to… Read More A Recipe Worthy of a Tattoo
We had our annual holiday get-together at our house this last weekend, where something like 25 to 100 people stopped by our little abode to partake in food, drink, and stimulating conversation. Twenty-five is the more likely number of attendees, but it’s all a matter of perspective, right? A very social, extroverted person may have… Read More Party Planning for Friendly Anti-Socialites
As I was out and about this last weekend enjoying enduring the holiday shopping madness, I couldn’t help but notice the variety of winter sleepwear available to women. The reason I couldn’t help noticing is that Husband has an uncanny knack for parking by entrances leading straight into lingerie departments. It’s like some sort of… Read More A Guide to Women’s Sleepwear, Winter Edition
Have you ever been to a Thanksgiving dinner where each guest is supposed to say something they’re thankful for? Don’t you just hate that? Honestly, it wouldn’t be so bad if it wasn’t so darn lame. How many times can you hear “I’m thankful for my family,” or “I’m thankful for good friends,” without wanting to stab… Read More Giving Thanks for Our Stories