C’est une Omelette?

This morning, on a work day, no less, I am attempting to make an omelette. These things usually go quite badly.  But I love omelettes!  Here is the current progress. I’ve got to be real with myself – the chances of success are quite low.  The odds are always against me in omelette-making.  I make tasty food, […]

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Yesterday

I am hooked on the Women’s March. I don’t care where you marched.  I don’t care if you marched physically or marched in spirit.  I just want to say thank you. I’ve been browsing today and looking at the reactions.  Most are elated, empowered, invigorated.  The others remind me of an elementary school playground.  It’s like […]

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Stand in Solidarity

I want to talk about the Women’s March on Washington.  And London.  And Dublin.  And Berlin.  And Houston.  And anywhere our activists can get to, all over the country… all over the world.  There are a lot of people who are enraged by this movement.  Who see hypocrisy in it.  I’ve spent a lot of […]

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Lifestyle Change #1: Parenthood

In the modern world of blazing career women and struggles over gender equal pay, the only thing in the world I want to do it quit my job and be a mom.  I’m sure it would get boring and lonely, but if there was any way we could live on my husband’s income alone, I […]

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Deflated

For myself (and many others), 2016 was a let down.  It came in strong, full of sparkle and shine, then deflated in the middle.  Now it’s sitting in the corner of the room, like a forgotten birthday balloon that got swept under a bed.  As we’re approaching the last week of the year, I sincerely hope […]

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