Monthly Archives: March 2007

Trip preparation…the great unequalizer

I like to think of my marriage as an equitable one for the most part. My husband works full time (which means anywhere from 50-90 hours/week), and I work part time (anywhere from 10-15 hours/week). So naturally, many of the … Continue reading

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Consumer-free gone bad…what’s a mom to wear?

Last Thursday I experienced a major drawback to consumer-free living. I stepped into my closet to retrieve an outfit for a presentation I had to give on Friday to a group at Merrill Lynch, and literally had nothing to wear. … Continue reading

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Al Gore speaks to Congress

Tomorrow, March 21st, Al Gore will be speaking to Congress about the issue of climate change. It’s time to make this issue one that transcends partisanship. While many of the solutions to the climate crisis will be found within the … Continue reading

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My life is flashing before my eyes…

Today, our daughter turned six years old. People warned me that once elementary school started, life would start to fly by at warp speed. And it’s so true. I watch her now on the playground after school as she interacts … Continue reading

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More minivan woes…

Not that my VW is looking all that spiffy…but really, is this my future?

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Potty training update

We haven’t gone as far as forcing our son to go naked for an entire weekend in order to get the hang of life without diapers, but we are attempting to nudge a bit more in the direction of a … Continue reading

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Good Car-ma, anyone?

Yes, the Kersh family is STILL debating our next car purchase. Our 2000 VW stationwagon has been our faithful driving companion for seven years, but now that our kids are getting older and have more friends and activities, we REALLY … Continue reading

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