Army of Mom

So this is how liberty dies ... with thunderous applause.


No rest for the wicked

So, that explains why I have no time to blog or post pictures, etc. We had soccer and baseball, my job interview, meetings at church, you name it, seems like we did it this weekend.

I've been accused of having no life by a commenter on the blog, which makes me laugh judging by how busy my life is. But, I really don't have time to post and may not for a few days. I have many deadlines that are looming.

My job interview went well *I think* and they said they should have a decision within two weeks. That would be nice. I've been talking to this publisher for about six months, so hopefully they're ready to make a move and I can be part of it. It would be nice to make some more money and still be able to work some from home (which was part of the discussions). The same commenter tried to be very funny and insult me and say that I'm a freelancer because I can't get a job. That was comical, too, since I write for several widely distributed magazines and have done projects for the world's fourth largest airport. You can't be a successful freelancer unless you're pretty darn good. *shrug* Just get irritated at people like that. They just want to get a rise out of others and it essentially reminds me of bullies who make fun of others to help them not feel so bad about their shortcomings. I guess I should feel sorry for them instead of being irritated.


  • At 4:03 PM, September 18, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Oh, it's MUCH more basic than that...they are JEALOUS that you can make money and still be at home and set your own schedule to a certain degree. Anyone with any brains at all knows what a great deal this is for moms. So tell him/her to SHU'UP already and move along, nothing to see here.


  • At 10:27 PM, September 18, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I am aging us here - I have known you for 32 years, and the last thing you have is "no life". Never in your life, have you had "no life". There are probably times you wish you had "no life", just to catch up on some sleep or a good book. Once your children are grown and out of the house, maybe you will have "no life", but I doubt it, because someday you will have grandkids, and then you will really have "no life". So here's to "no life"! Cheers!

    Can you imagine how damn tired you would be if you HAD a life?

  • At 3:52 PM, September 19, 2006, Blogger cashin said…

    are you referring to Dalla-Forthworth International? Because that thing is do damn big it scares me. (Most confusing taxiways....ever)


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