Tag: MidLife

It’s as plain as the Ann on egg’s face.

It’s as plain as the Ann on egg’s face.

In which I consider the possibility that all I’m not a helpless elf.

 

On the other side of happy

On the other side of happy

In which I reflect on a fabulous sibling reunion.

 

Fond Musings: My Father

Fond Musings: My Father

In which I mull some fond memories of and gratitude for my father.

 

Fond Musings: My Mother

Fond Musings: My Mother

In which I mull some fond memories of and gratitude for my mother.

 

Everyone’s laughing, and riding, and cornholing except Buster.

Everyone’s laughing, and riding, and cornholing except Buster.

In honour of Canada’s National Day of Podcasting 2013, an unbelievably boring, rambly conversation in which Mark and I reflect on our fond memories of podcasting, our growing girls, the totally enriching process behind my WTFW series and our appreciation of our friend Bob Ledrew. Etc. Listen at your own risk.

 

Wow. I misunderestimated you.

Wow. I misunderestimated you.

In which I ask myself, “What would the child you once were think of the adult you’ve become?”

 

I know life is not fair to women. Your children grow up and they don’t need you anymore.

I know life is not fair to women. Your children grow up and they don’t need you anymore.

In which I find Lucy’s me-idolizing grade 2 diary and realize why I’m so torn up about my fairly recent obsolescence.

 

I like it better on him ME.

I like it better on him ME.

Reconstruction.

 

I Didn’t Take “Wasn’t optimistic it could be done” For an Answer

I Didn’t Take “Wasn’t optimistic it could be done” For an Answer

TheSomethinK #1: In which we dive back into the podcasting pool…

 
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