Monthly Archives: October 2010

Teen Mom, Too.

By Mary D. I must say, my blogmate Marni S., started me thinking. She calls herself “teenage mom” because she still has a reservoir of youth – she likes new songs, new scarves, new hotels. These days my youth reservoir … Continue reading

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When did I loose my cool?

Marni My day started with an 8am breakfast meeting at The Breslin. Very cool~ amazingly cool in fact, and the food was great. We walked out through the Ace hotel, stopping into Opening Ceremonies and Project No, 8 before walking … Continue reading

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Signals

Marni I often wonder if there is a signal that emanates from me when I am unable to pick up my phone. For example when I am boarding a bus, paying a taxi, in the elevator, balancing several bags while … Continue reading

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Booked to the Micro-Minute

Marni Any woman who works and has children knows the drill. Every minute of my day is accounted for. Whether work, family, exercise, bill paying you name it all these events are scheduled into my day with percision that would … Continue reading

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Money in Money out

Marni. We have added our names to the blog post so that our readers will know who is writing. We have not quite mastered the technical aspects of the blogĀ  being late to the game . Today I deposited a … Continue reading

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Teenage Mother

It’s not what you are thinking I am not a teenage mother. However, I have teenage tendencies. I love a good teenage novel, a teenage show and I love teenage pop music. Whatever song my kids ask me to download … Continue reading

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Goodbye, sweet clutter.

If I were to look unblinkingly into the mirror of life, I’d recognize myself as a hoarder. I don’t think I’d qualify for a reality show or an intervention, but still, the hoarding tendencies are there. I could blame my … Continue reading

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