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Office rehaul

05Sep09

As you may or may not know, I work for a non-profit agency in Boston.  Our staff is small, but our goal (and our reach) is pretty big.  We serve a lot of people, without a lot of staff or resources, and we do it well, which is great.  Anyway, this isn’t about the actual […]


V-a-c-a-t-i-o-n

19Aug09

Marc and I don’t get to take vacations terribly often — we usually find ourselves traveling to see our families or taking days off to do various household tasks.  It’s rare for us to get away (for more than just a weekend…) for the thrill and relaxation of it all.  This year, we were invited […]


I generally like the coziness that rain and snow provide.  I don’t mind gray skies and I always like cool temperatures.  But I’ve had enough!  This has been an exceptionally rainy June, and it’s already starting to be a July with HEAVY rain.  Marc got stuck in Virginia overnight unexpectedly, after chaos at Logan deterred […]


Purge!

14Jun09

I purged about 40% of my closet today, getting rid of all the stuff that feels icky and big on me.  I realize that this doesn’t leave me with a ton of clothes, but it gets the stuff that is too big actually OUT of my sight.  I know that sounds dumb, but with the […]


New blog

03Jun09

Marc and I have collectively started a new food blog, to keep track of our recipes and collectively write about our restaurant experiences.  Please add it to your google reader or check back in often!  It is: http://saucyandbossy.wordpress.com We welcome your comments!!  🙂


Marc and I got a Wii/Wii Fit today!  I was skeptical at first, mostly because I am not at all coordinated, and I always am a little skeptical of certain technologies (especially video game ones, because we grew up in a video-game-free house).  Anyway, Cecilia has one and has raved about it, and Marc and […]


My mom finished up her trip to Massachusetts with a road trip to New Jersey.  We headed to New Jersey for my sister’s graduation; she finished her Master’s degree in Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University. This was my first Master’s degree ceremony (I did not attend my own — I finished in […]