This week’s episode of NBC’s Parenthood resolved Haddie’s drama, introduced John Corbett as Sarah’s ex-husband, and put the spotlight on Crosby & Jasmine’s fragile relationship. In a somewhat undramatic fashion,
This is a really difficult subject and article, to be honest. It is about how things never are black and white and reminds me that I in some situations would struggle incredebly to find the right solution. Because in this case, what is the right solution? The human rights of a single person or the […]
Unless you’re some kind of machine or cyborg, I can guarantee that you will mess up at work once in a while. Work screw-ups can be anything from a minor embarrassment or inconvenience to a huge faux pas or money-waster for your company. While of course you should always do everything in your power to […]
Welcome back to week two of our retro recap madness. We’re switching up the order a little, as I explained in Jordan’s 9:30 post, and today’s is delayed so I made sure to have enough time to write it with the level of attention and detail it deserves.
Welcome to the Hellmouth. You guys, I can’t tell you how happy I am that Lucy Snowe and I will be rewatching Buffy the Vampire Slayer with you. We’ll be trading off the recapping duties to share in the joy, but I won the rock-paper-scissors off, so I get to kick off this party.
Are you familiar with the concept of a “cookie exchange”? It’s a get together hosted around the holidays, focusing around, you guessed it – exchanging cookies. Typically guests each bring different kinds of cookies, and much like kids swap Silly Bandz, grown ups swap cookies. It’s a great way get cookies together for other holiday […]
It’s that time again! Lunchtime poll time! We’re officially halfway through the work week? Who’s excited? I can’t believe how fast this month is going. Is anyone ready for the holidays? I am not. Speaking of, my sister wrote on my facebook yesterday that we need to plan our Christmas day feast. I wrote back: […]
So you’ve signed up for a Twitter account. Now what? You can start just like you started on Facebook — give Twitter your address book and it finds your friends. Register your email and allow searches via email, and your friends can find you. After that, it’s time to start finding other people to follow, […]