Tag Archives: chocolate

Spring Loaded

An non-random, completely lacking construct validity informal study of my colleagues who are also finishing their 3rd year of a PhD program indicates that Easter baskets came with the requisite chocolate, 5 lb weight gain, and a bonus side order of a … Continue reading

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Bath Time

Me: Bath time, baby. LS: Can I take a bath in your tub? Me: (Distracted by Cheetos and Pinterest posts) Sure. Me: (nearly an hour later. Sweat has dried in my crack. Armpits smell like rotten garbage) You need to get … Continue reading

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The Baby LIKES the Paintchips

I have my dear friend and fellow author Patricia L. Meek (Noah: a Supernatural Eco-Thriller, All Things That Matter Press, 2011) to thank for the awesome quote. She told me a story many years ago about some do-gooder friends of … Continue reading

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Outside the Box

As I sat on the sofa consuming copious quantities of real cheese-flavored snack crackers and watching the 2nd quarter of the Denver Broncos game, I pondered the great mysteries of life. Does Timmy ever get to eat an entire big, … Continue reading

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