As it is summer and my work mainly coincides with the school year, I have had an abundance of free time. I know, who admits that? It opens one's life to a world of questions from more responsible adults. It's un-American. But alas, this information is necessary to establish back story. So, abundance of time...… Continue reading The world of modern make-up: Why My Boyfriend is a Genius.
I'm so glad I called this blog "Not where it started." I appreciate that at least one other thing is figuring itself out. In a world of people who are where they want to be I'm glad that this little site and I are still figuring it out, still becoming something more. In the spirit… Continue reading Not where it started life update.
Thank you social media (The Twitterverse and Get Glue) for talking me into watching this debate. I'm feeling so informed and yet pessimistic in our future. Politics is such a multifaceted conglomeration of ideas and actions and laws. I have a hard time tracking with politics when the plans are discussed yet never executed for… Continue reading Too much a teacher?
Take a moment to think of all of the things that could be in this post. I could be writing to tell you that I have recently inherited a house in Ghana and a Ferrari. This could be a spam promotional for the really terrible band for which I am the drummer. Have you now… Continue reading Schrödinger’s Blog: In which Audrey reveals her emotional instability
Four day school weeks are an amazing thing. Of course they mean an additional day's worth of work scattered amongst the other days of the week, but I am really looking forward to not going in to school tomorrow. My first week was just less than a raving success. I can't complain about this position… Continue reading Week One: Survivor’s story
Just like the title claims, I'm sure this little post will not end anywhere near its beginning. I've recently climbed the corporate ladder right out of the company, and moved on to a stint in the fourth grade. Well the fourth through sixth grades. At a small private school at which I was a student… Continue reading Premier.