"How I spent my summer vacation?" This isn't quite that, but... When a parent can spend extended time with an adult child who no longer lives at home, that is a rare privilege. Or, it can be -- if you get along, if your habits are compatible, and if the reason for sharing time together is a good one. This summer, I was able to do exactly that -- enjoy sharing my space with my younger son. During that time, we both went about our usual days, occasionally working side by side in companionable quiet. And nearly every day, he helped out with all the domestic tasks. No, he doesn't do windows. Then again … [Read More...]
Perks and praise are nice, but money matters more.
Guile, game playing, bluffing. Thoughts on maneuvers to get what we want.
Performance anxiety? Me, too.
Quality over quantity. What does that mean, really?
When you choose to be alone, at least in specific doses.
When “nagging” isn’t nagging at all, and women getting a bad rap.