I run from my kid. It's the truth. After the first hugs and kisses of the morning are done I run and hide; especially during his summer break. He's like a bloodhound. He can always track me down. No matter where I am. SIGH. No loo is secure enough. No pressure cooker whistle is loud … Continue reading The Flip Side To Classical Conditioning…
"Quite a few times it's happened that I wrote something but couldn't publish it because my inner crazy lady didn't allow for anything to get sent out unless the requisite tags and categories had been ticked off. While cleaning up the blogging space, I've come across stuff I've left half-written, written but unedited or written … Continue reading Waterloo-Circa 2014
Wobbly because till things get set right, it's always wobbly and might even topple over. Like the unending towers my kid builds. I've usually found that one can accurately predict that a small person (not being politically correct about the midgets and others of their ilk) lives in a particular house. It's not always the … Continue reading Weekend Wobblies…
Psych 101 introduced me to the notion of a word salad and initially I found it quite an interesting concept while it was still a theory in my books. Then over time I actually witnessed, heard rather, quite a few word salads while I was interning in various places; attempting to become a psychologist. And now, … Continue reading The Non-Pathological Word Salad
Many kids sleep clutching a teddy bear, plush toys and even a blankie. Mine sleeps with dinosaur figurines under his pillow and a wooden alligator/croc in his arms. God I love that kid when he's sleeping! That's how we roll!
The perils of getting a printer.
That's right! In our home division has little role to play. Not because we're excessively cohesive as a family but simply because MLM doesn't like to do division. *rolls eyes heavenward* I've recently realized my folly in asking in why … Continue reading United We Stand…We Don’t Divide