Monthly Archives: March 2011

Early Adoption Failure

I am an early adopter, sometimes.  It depends on the product and the platform. Take for instance new dinner ideas.  Working mom arrives home nightly to husband and kid already home for an hour.  Kid is busy doing homework, husband … Continue reading

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  As a ritual here, Saturday mornings after breakfast, I take my coffee, sit at my computer and spend some mindless time playing on the computer.  I admit it, I like to play Bejeweled Blitz on Facebook, it’s my “thing”.  … Continue reading

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Fence Envy

They say the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.  What if it’s just an optical illusion caused by the sun’s rays?  I would bet if you jumped the fence, once your feet were firmly on … Continue reading

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Mirror, mirror on the wall

At some point, we have all received one of those “People of Walmart” emails.  You know the one.  It has picture after picture of shoppers in all manner of dress and under each picture has a clever comment.  You sit … Continue reading

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The gift of gab

My husband is constantly amazed by the fact I will talk to anyone, anywhere, and at any time.  When we lived in Virginia, he would hate to go out to the store with me.  Inevitably, we would run into someone … Continue reading

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With a little help from your friends

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.  What an example that put in our little sponge-like brains.  Watching the movie as an adult, it has a much different meaning than it did 30-something years ago. As a wide-eyed 7-year-old, it was … Continue reading

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Missing the a

In this world there are a few times in life when instead of looking forward, you find yourself looking back.  When you look back, and then forward again, what you see is framed by either a would-a, could-a, or a … Continue reading

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