… I didn’t think Steve Jobs had this particular use in mind when he gave the world the iPad, but I was desperate and I thank him. I am both ecstatic and ashamed at how we managed “potty motivation” but like I said, desperate. Continue reading
… I know it’s an odd title, hopefully I’ll get to the point somewhere along the way. Continue reading
… I find myself guilty of this at times. To be more specific, it’s the act of carrying on about life while taking for granted how quickly time flies and how things change without you even noticing. The notion that my little one is still a baby, and that people will always be there regardless of the passage of time. While it can be a comforting thought, it could not be further from reality.
… I learned early in life, I suppose greatly in part to my father, that answers are unimportant in the grand scheme of things. It really is all about the questions. The right questions. I’ve been lucky in my life and work to have seen this demonstrated over and over again. The right question asked at the right time tells you more than the “right” answer ever could. Continue reading
I can’t afford therapy in the current economic climate.
So you’re stuck with me,
until my next emotional breakdown in any case.
I’m now going to behave like that chick who fell flat on her face in 5″ heels and her skirt came up over her head, who gets up brushes herself off and carries on as if no one saw a damn thing.
*struts off into the sunset*