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She Said | Today's Cliche - Marriage, Family, & Working Mommy... from BOTH Women's and Men's Perspectives - Part 2

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She Said: “Shame on Me!”

October 7, 2010 by Kat  

She Said: “Shame on Me!”

Tell us the truth… were you REALLY on the phone w/a client (yeah right), or were you looking up ESPN scores on your Storm / iStorm / xStorm / xBox… whatever the hell that phone that totally SUCKS to type on is? Or, texting? I highly doubt that simply by talking on the phone you [...]

She Said: “Serves You Right”

October 2, 2010 by Kat  

She Said: “Serves You Right”

It’s so easy to judge another, isn’t it? So easy to say, “Oh, well she takes too much on…“, or “That’s what you GET when you have all those kids; serves her right.” Before I was a mom to a camp of kids, I did judge – not as cynically as throwing punches like serves [...]

She Said: “Sometimes Life Throws you a Curve…”

September 29, 2010 by Kat  

She Said: “Sometimes Life Throws you a Curve…”

So, if you’ve been on Facebook, you already know the outcome of our head-to-head, Iron Chef-style competition for the title of “America’s Hottest Culinary Couple” contest, hosted by Pyrex. Or, if you’ve read the HE SAID version of this story, you know how flippin’ pumped we are. So, if I’ve learned anything from this experience [...]

She Said: “I Have No Idea…”

September 22, 2010 by Kat  

She Said: “I Have No Idea…”

Nine years — almost a DECADE ago (!!) — I was getting ready to marry my perfect fit. You can take put the girl in a mature setting, but you can’t take the immaturity out of the girl. Dave, I REALLY do still love you the way I did back then… On another note, ironically, [...]

She Said: “Winner, Winner (?) Chicken Dinner”

September 20, 2010 by Kat  

She Said: “Winner, Winner (?) Chicken Dinner”

So, lookie look what arrived at our front door — about 1/4 of what we’ll be getting from Pyrex (!), even if we don’t come in 1st on Friday.  The flippin’ boxes weighed like 80 lbs. each. Pyrex wants us to get “comfortable” with the actual pieces we’ll be using at Friday’s Culinary Competition, live [...]

She Said: “It’s Bittersweet”

September 15, 2010 by Kat  

She Said: “It’s Bittersweet”

I’m bitter. And I’ve been having major bittersweet issues. I’m bitter b/c my husband is “working” (clearing throat) in Ft. Lauderdale while seeing, and staying with, my Dad. You know, the Dad who is my only living parent. Yeah, that one. And, I’m jealous. I haven’t been to my parent’s place since my Mom died. I [...]

He Said / She Said: They Finally Agreed on Something…

August 30, 2010 by Kat  

He Said / She Said: They Finally Agreed on Something…

I can’t believe I’m admitting this, but my hubs ACTUALLY WROTE A BETTER POST.  It’s about WHAT I’m about to TOP SECRET TELL YOU. Well, not so much Top Secret, but what I’m gonna tell you. So… this post pathetically will reveal itself as ME succumbing to cutting/pasting his email (out to friends) with the [...]

She Said: “Closing the Door On…”

August 20, 2010 by Kat  

She Said: “Closing the Door On…”

What I’ve been closing the door on, but shouldn’t be: Really addressing my feelings about the loss of my mom ;-( That the summer is O V E R (it SO isn’t! The youngest still have 2 1/2 weeks til PreK starts — AHHHHHHH). It really isn’t over. I need to stop thinking that in [...]

She Said: “The Red Carpet”

August 10, 2010 by Kat  

She Said: “The Red Carpet”

Recovering. After unloading my precocious but devilish kids at my sis’ house Thursday, I really didn’t mean to rub it in my sister’s face the obvious: that the symbolic 1st pour (of a few) Appletinis represented the poetic commencement of an arduous “work” weekend.  At least that’s how I sold it to her. A work [...]

She Said: “Call Me Crazy”

August 5, 2010 by Kat  

She Said: “Call Me Crazy”

I think there’s a huge benefit to being naive. Especially when it comes to putting things in perspective; particularly while working under pressure. Pressure can be a deadline, or being put “on the spot” in a social setting. When I say naivety, I don’t mean it’s prudent to be stupid, but rather not over educated [...]

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