I want to revisit something that came to my attention regarding THAT book. Now we’ve already covered the book’s quality a few weeks ago, so I’m going tangential (I know, so unlike me.).
I saw an article a couple of weeks ago around ‘mummy porn’ vs ‘daddy porn’ around which I wanted to centre this . . . → Read More: 50 Smacks of Hypocrisy
From my uninitiated place, it seems that being a parent isn’t easy. You get advice from everyone, especially when not asked for.
But it’s not only those around you. Each specialist has different ideas and a different strategy, and every other option is demonised. For example, this article about babies crying. It demonises the process . . . → Read More: Are the Mummy Wars real?
And it’s Monday again.
How did you fare this weekend?
In a random aside, I found an article Pokeybun would agree with (but look at the url, it is making me laugh).
FOFs! Get yer FoFs ‘ere!
Fresh baked out of the oven, just a few minutes ago – get ‘em while they’re hot!
The news of the Colorado Batman shooting was very sad and my heart goes out for the people who have been injured or killed and their friends and families. One tangential point that made me really cranky is that a person who has an axe to grind is using this instance of a young man . . . → Read More: Massive troll or epic fail?
First experiences can be rather daunting, exhilarating, traumatic or something else. Whether it is learning to ride a bike or drive a car, to something like having your first child (or even writing your first blog post!), these experiences tend to stand out in one’s memory, whether for good or bad. As much as we . . . → Read More: Now there’s a first!
Many of you will be familiar with Dream Team or Supercoach games. There are versions for AFL, soccer, cricket, rugby, American football, baseball, and probably many other sports. For many, these games add to their love of the sport(s). Where once I would just be happy when Carlton beat Collingwood, now I am also hoping . . . → Read More: The Armchair Olympic Selector Game
The zombie apocalypse is coming, we all know that. What do you think will be the five most important things that will help you to survive the zombie apocalypse and why?
It is another Sunday, and here I am, readying another application.
This time there are key selection criteria, abilities you need to get the position. They seem to be common in governmental jobs, and I’ve often encountered them in science positions. Is it me or do they seem repetitive?
Splatters, what are the questions . . . → Read More: It just takes application…