Another one bites the dust: New Year’s Hi-Resolution

Today, we put in some Saturday office hours – the end-of-the-year catching up and regrouping.  Now that we’re finished brainstorming the “from now ons” and “no more of [x]s”, it’s time to come back to our serene little corner of the world and do what everyone does (or should do) on New Year’s Eve: reflect. … More Another one bites the dust: New Year’s Hi-Resolution

Movies that shaped me

We’re a complex web of our experiences.  These experiences have some influence on what we become, shaping (in part) who we are.  We experience the world through our senses.  Our senses detect stimuli.  And that stimuli can take on a number of forms – sight, smell, sound, etc.  The media (TV, radio, press/publishing, internet) use … More Movies that shaped me

21 Reasons I’m happy to be child-free

I don’t hate kids.  In fact, I like other peoples’ (well-kept, well-behaved) kids.  We just don’t want any of our own.  Unlike other couples who choose to remain child-free, we haven’t (yet) encountered any nosy, borderline-judgmental questions or attempts to convert us to the World of Parenting.  I figure as an extra preventive measure, I’ll … More 21 Reasons I’m happy to be child-free

25 MORE CDs one should not be without – Part 6

Hello, and welcome to the (nasally congested) 6th installation of CDs that grace my dusty wooden spinney CD holder. Your mileage may have certainly varied on the past 5 installations and if it did, it will most likely continue to vary with the next 25 little round discs.  So here we go, in (drumroll please) … More 25 MORE CDs one should not be without – Part 6