Category Archives: Blog

  • Sticker Burrs: A Poem

    Posted on May 20, 2017 by Meghan in Blog, Red Dirt Dynasty.

      for Richard and Leslee   Lurking in the toes of socks Hiding within suitcases Crippling my dog’s paws Cruel mirth when we make faces   Sticker burrs, small and vicious Insidious in nature Prowling for a shoebare foot Gloating over prey injured   Sly hitchhikers from outside Firmly fix to every surface Winter’s cold […]

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  • Laundry, and How I’ve Made It A Habit

    Posted on May 6, 2017 by Meghan in Blog.

    Let me get a show of hands . . . Who hates laundry? *counting* Oh, look at that. All of you. Believe me, I understand. Laundry used to be my least favorite chore. Until one Monday morning I decided to make a change. I’d just finished a ton of clothes that weekend. Probably six or […]

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  • When Someone You Know Has Been Diagnosed With Cancer: Do’s and Don’ts

    Posted on April 22, 2017 by Meghan in Blog.

    CAUTION: MANY EXPLETIVES. YOU ARE WARNED. Recently someone I know said he found out via Facebook that a friend of his was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. She was in that horrendous waiting period between diagnosis and before treatment starts. She poured out all her fears and frustrations in a Facebook post. He said he […]

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  • Back to School: Project Management Certification

    Posted on April 8, 2017 by Meghan in Blog.

    I’ve been stupid busy. I started back to school, working on a project management certification. The Project Management Professional certification is a professional certification that consists of logging a certain number of project management hours, taking a specified number of continuing education credits and passing a very expensive exam. The cost of the continuing education classes are […]

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  • The Power of ‘Should’

    Posted on March 25, 2017 by Meghan in Blog.

    Do you feel the pull of should? As in, “It’s Tuesday morning and there are soooo many days until I get to sleep in and I don’t want to get out of bed. But I should.” At risk of sounding like Dr. Seuss, in some ways should is good. Should makes us think about things like hygiene before we […]

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