|Subject:||[Cron-bug] wrench motion|
|Date:||Tue, 10 Oct 2006 19:52:18 +0200|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 184.108.40.206 (Windows/20060909)|
go somewhere I've never gone . I sat in a comfy chair and used the wifi and set my glass of water on the toy box. And I feel blessed rather than burdened.
And I started to make lists. Soon after I left that job, I started making demands of bosses.
There's coffee that's roasted onsite, there are delicious baked goods, and, naturally, the Cafe au Play team.
It doesn't sidetrack me from anything I'd hoped to do - become a CEO one day, for instance. It's coloring everything I do.
" And all the other things she said, too, about how we're into channeling the soul of the unknown grandma. We never made more than a quarter or two from our efforts.
I could still be CEO of something. How would this mod couch work out with Truman climbing all over it? I really want to write you back, I really want to update the pages and expand my business plan to make it available to everyone. I cared more about the baby's health. And when have I been early for anything? I love it, and I have this sneaking suspicion her graphically-inclined metrosexual husband made it for her.
He'll hug me, kiss me, tell me he loves me.
I didn't have to find a parking spot or drop my kids at daycare.
And no time has his love, patience and ability to distract our boys with chocolate and the National Geographic Channel been tested to such a great extent. I love the way interiors look with the fisheye, and it's the best way to capture the mood of a meeting or play date. I made perfect little jewels of quilts to go on t-shirts.
At some, I found it hard to find stroller parking. I visited the AOL office once or twice.
He loved to care for our baby, especially once he stopped breastfeeding.
"There's nothing that makes me feel more warm inside. Let's be frank here: cute is the death of children's style. For instance, whereas at Play Cafe I'd envisioned charging admission to the play area and hiring play facilitators; at Cafe au Play, classes, workshops and seminars would be more of a focus.
I look at my photos and I feel like I'm still there.
I made slings galore, and little geese that make me smile every time I look at them.
And in my life, feminism is most definitely NOT dead.
But something about the informality of my process gives me pause when someone asks, "are you a writer"? It could create some truly significant income down the road.
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