Every once in a while my grocery store has a big bin of hardcover books at great prices. Once it was a regular part of my shopping routine, but now everyone in my family owns a kindle. It no longer seems like a good idea to spend my time digging through the pile to find a gift for my nearest and dearest.
I used to be able to say I’ve lived abroad for most of my adult life. As I grow older in America, I’m losing the truth of that.
Kerri is one of my interns this summer. I’ve been telling her she needs to be my intern for the last 7 years. She finally gave in and is here to help me for the next few months.
I’m used to pretty much everything that any other normal person wouldn’t be used to.
It’s important to let them come to terms with the move, without you constantly trying to drill home the positive points.
A controlled cousin of chaos has taken up residence in the northwest wing of our office this week.