Monthly Archives: February 2011

On Remembering my Child is not just a Mini Copy of Me

I phoned home before I left work. It was the shortened day of the week for the kids, and they would have been home for a while. I phoned to make sure all was alright, and whether I needed to … Continue reading

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On Discovering I’m a Stereotype of the Jane Austen Variety

I guess we all are in probably more ways than one. Which, of course means that if you are more than one stereotype, you are probably not stereotypical as two conflicting stereotype characteristics would cancel each other out. Right? But … Continue reading

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Random Things

I came across this little nugget from The Happiness Project.  Every Wednesday the author provides a tip or list. Last week’s happened to be Tolstoy’s 10 Rules for life: In any event, for happiness-project purposes, Tolstoy is particularly fascinating — … Continue reading

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January in Books

Wuthering Heights by Charlotte Brontë This was our token classic read for our January Book club meeting. I had read it as a teenager and in my angry, unsentimental, opinionated teenage way, hated it with a passion (I felt the … Continue reading

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