Paul cooked breakfast. Sunday is becoming our family convo over breakfast day. The kids shared their concerns about having two parents.
Attend a Washington Nationals game or Nah? NAAAHHH! Upon attempting walking the steps at my house then standing in an awesome warm shower I concluded that walking the Nats stadium was not a good idea.
Easy peezy doctor’s appt. Now we wait for Skylar to nudge or Oct. 2nd, whichever comes first.
Thank God for friends who’ll help you look cute in the hospital. TonightKaNikki Jakarta retwisted my locs for me so i don’t have to be in the hospital looking like my hair needs medical attention!
I am more hungry now than I’ve been the past 8 months. I’m not craving anything I’m just hungry every 3-4 hours.
Who needs to touch their toes anyway? NOT ME! Spent the morning cuddling with Paul. Made a list of things we still need.
Day 10: spent last night and all of today with Jo at the Inova Pediatric Sleep Center.
As the Mike Brown case develops, eye-witnesses have come forward and the police have finally released the name of the officer involved. In consuming and analyzing as much video footage as I can, it seems there are three eye-witnesses in particular playing a huge part in the narrative the police are publicizing. In this post I will analyze the accounts of the incident given by an anonymous YouTube…
I am taking a free course via Coursera called “Creativity, Innovation, and Change (CIC).” In this course I will engage in research-based creative principles, then complete exercises to solidify what I’ve learned. All posts tagged with #CIC are a reflection on something I’ve learned in the course.
Reinventing the wheel is not advice given by many. However, the “wheel” is usually referred to as a material item or a task where previously created versions allow you a shortcut to arriving at a final destination. When the wheel is you and the ability to roll on or over certain things is fading, a little reinventing could be in order.
How am I a wheel?
We are not circles, but cylinders. We…