Category Archives: work

Back to “Normal”

A little over two years  ago (November 8, 2011 to be exact), I ventured back out into the working world. After working from home for 12 years and seeing my kids through diapers, sleepless nights, first steps, Nickelodeon on the … Continue reading

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Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes

On November 8, 2011, I did a very strange thing… I went back to work. Outside of my house. In an office. With people. Not in my pajamas. After being home for 12 years, this has been a huge shock … Continue reading

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Hand edit… really??

I received a new work project yesterday. An almost-500-page book about elections and politics in Egypt. Doesn’t THAT sound thrilling?? Not my usual medical stuff, though, and it’s nice to edit something a little different now and then (at least … Continue reading

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Work/Readathon Hour 13.5

I think I had the hour wrong on my last post… I think this one is correct, but who knows! My head is wayyy in the clouds today. I do know that the Readathon is more than halfway over and … Continue reading

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Work/Readathon Hour 5.5

And… I haven’t done much to brag about! I did run to Sheetz because I’m out of coffee creamer and I couldn’t face coffee without cream. Sheetz makes my favorite vanilla cappuccino, and I am thoroughly enjoying it! I even … Continue reading

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Plan B

In approximately six hours, I’m supposed to be participating in my third Readathon. I’ve been looking forward to this all week… but, I think I’m going to have to alter my plans a little, unfortunately. I am absolutely slammed with … Continue reading

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Quality time?

Avery is home from school today. She’s not sick, but apparently lice are making their way around the Kindergarten… and we’re now on Round 2 of our lovely battle with lice that’s taking place on Avery’s head. I’m not a … Continue reading

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