Monthly Archives: October 2013

It’s Thursday, no oops again!

Ok, I’m officially back on track, getting my posts done a day ahead and scheduling them out.  I’m feeling good about it.  I am also feeling good because I SURVIVED my first day of subbing for the school district yesterday!!!!!!!! Yes, I did it.  The kids did not wear me down.  Well, I was pretty […]

It’s Wednesday, no oops!

Back on schedule and working on my post the day before it’s due, Yes!  Let’s see Wednesday topic: Parenting.  Hmm, I could talk about how we are getting closer and closer to being empty-nesters. With Middle son moving out a couple of weeks ago, we only have one kid residing with us and that’s only […]

Oops, it’s Tuesday!

I have got to get back on schedule.  I had been very good about doing my posts at least the evening before and having them scheduled to publish automatically.  Now, I’m barely getting them in by the skin of my teeth.  The time stamp on yesterday’s post was 11:59 p.m. last night!!!  If I had […]

Oops, it’s Monday!

It’s late Monday night and I am just now getting around to my employment post. I’ve been kinda busy, what with Middle son getting married and all. Saturday started at 6:30 a.m. and was fairly hectic until it ended around 1:00 a.m. Sunday. Sunday morning started at 6:30 a.m. too, was even more hectic and […]

Introducing Mr. And Mrs. Middle Son

They’re married! Middle son and fiancé are now Mr. And Mrs. Middle Son. Thank God it’s over! But it was a beautiful wedding. Everything went smoothly. I only stepped on his toes about a hundred times during our mother son dance. He now has an even bigger family with his bride, a sister-in-law and her […]

Extra, Extra, Read All About It!

It’s Saturday, so I know you’re not used to hearing from me over the weekend, but I just had to post to say that the rehearsal went FABULOUS!  And so did the rehearsal lunch.  Really, really pleased that everything went so smoothly.  The slide show was a hit and the food was great.  The frozen […]

Mexicans Don’t Become Nurses

Originally posted on What Happens to Us:
The day that my mother graduated with her master’s degree, I wasn’t impressed.  I was in my twenties and still had the arrogance of youth.  I inwardly scoffed at the school she graduated from, Cal State University at Los Angeles, because I had graduated from the ivy halls…