Thursday, May 20, 2010

Ok, so apparently getting bored of blogging came first. Though I must say, to my credit, that it didn't make things easier that upon resigning from my position, I also had to surrender my beloved laptop given to me by my employer.

I am now at the mercy of the traveling business laptop of my Hubby, which spends most of it's night forgotten on his desk at the office.

Since leaving my professiosnal position, however, I have found my position as a mommy increasingly rewarding. I have also deemed my self a domestic engineer, who's job description includes;

Head Chef (and ocasional short oreder cook)
music teacher
speech teacher
nurse (aka booboo bandager)
and so many other things I cannot think of at the moment

Long story short I cannot believe that for so long I bought into the lie that a stay at home mom is not a real job. Not only is it a very chalengeng, often draining, on call 24 hour/day job, it is also one of the most important jobs a woman can ever be blessed with.

So Hip, hip Horay to those of you who are in the business of moming. No one can ever do what you do, as you are your kiddo's one and only true Mommy!

It's also nice to know I cannot not be fired or layed off (even if my quarterly performance review ranks lower than ideal).

Saturday, February 20, 2010

DSCN1807 (1 photo), by kiran saund

I'd like to share my Walmart Digital Photo Center photos with you. Once you have checked out my photos you can order prints and upload your own photos to share.

Bloggity, blog blog, blog.. why blog?!
I am really not the blogging type. I am not witty, clever, or even that great of a story teller. I cannot spell, have no area of experties, no riveting hobby that would grip my readers. Frankly my life is pretty vanilla (you know the most ordinarily boring flavor of ice cream ever invented). Don't get me wrong,I love my life! But it really is not bloggg worthy.

I suppose the simplest reason for begginning a blog is that I'm a bit bored. I recently discoved that after deducting child care, meals on the run, and gas millagefrom my paycheck, I was pulling in a wopping $120.00 (no I didn't forget to add a zero) each month. This realization paired with the continual stress of a job I disliked, made it pretty claear, working wasn't working.

So now, I am a full time stay at home with a tiny tot in my home and an endles supply of snow and ice that prevents the tot and I from having any social life at all. Sufice it to say I'm not really sure what I am supposed to be doing.

So...I will blog untill I find my answer...or get tierd of blogging,which ever comes first.