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Careless abundance
I love my mailman!
They smile when kids call them Mr. Stupid and or adults rant.  Iíve even had Dennis correct the zip code on my tax returns...
Train Spotting
Oct/Nov
2000
Report from the Million Mom March.
Good looks and sex appeal must play second fiddle to practicality ...
Mom's minivan meltdown
"I donít want to be one of these moms."Ē She nodded at the bereaved moms ...
Hair Raising
Spelling E
I made a wee discovery that may not change the world, but will certainly change ..
If men gave birth, wouldnít their bellies be status symbols? Imagine the scene this summer. There I was on the beach in Santa Cruz ...
Breast cancer walk
In the palm of my hand
My Palm, was taking over, I felt overwhelmed by the relentless reminders ...
Waiting for the IPO
Call me mean spirited, but it does make me breathe a little easier...
She who laughs, lasts
Waiting for that first demo, or the big trade show, or the IPO...
My defenses were breached by a cardboard box wrapped in cherry red Christmas paper ...
I became a born again CostCo addict, a true believer...
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Bulge of honor
My son starts Kindergarten.  Itís something Iíve awaited with excitement ...
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Back to school
Two thousand brave people walk from San Jose to San Fran, and raise over $6M
Two (of course) stories on multitasking, click and read ...
Multitasking, multitasking
Aug/Sep 2000
Jun/Jul
2000
Apr/May
2000
March
2000
Jan/Feb
2000
Halloween: You name it, I do it
You name it
Like many of us in Silicon Valley, I once had an orchard near my house ...
Your vote for an orchard?
Dec
2000
I find it vaguely disorientating in mid-summer to see a festive store complete with gyrating Santas, merry music and snowy winter scenes featuring tired old Rudolf and his alcoholic nose.
Christmas shopping all year?
As thanksgiving comes thundering down upon us, let's reschedule Christmas
Reschedule Christmas
She has transformed my life in the stylists chair, something I used to dread like a visit to the dentist
Feb
2001
Jan
2001
Mar
2001
Out with the old
Housework makes you ugly
Raising children: From the author of a new book
Home alone, enjoy it!
Valentine's day
Giving from the heart
Passport problems
New book: Give them wings.
After miscarriage
Deer and sprawl
Recycling 101
Save the Teletubbies
home
Apr
2001
May/Jun
2001
Stay close to me! she admonished, Do you want a bad man to come and steal you?
Fear
Loathing
It's alright to cry mom, my 3-year old said, your daddy's gone to heaven and isn't coming to visit anymore
Crying
We've been back for three chill-filled months, but now this IS home
Deborah Gale, from London
Memories of a parent, and the hospice that provides care and comfort to those nearing the end of their journey
Hospice
A tall blonde recently moved in with us, she has long legs, rock hard abs, and a plunging cleavage she frequently displays ...
The other woman
Jul/Aug
2001
Interview with Stanford professor, author, and mom; Laraine Zappert
Author Interview
Very special requiem for a beloved dot-com
Requiem for webvan
Forget the MBA, try MOM
MBA MOM
Stocks are down, but so are interest rates. Should you refinance?
Refinance advice
Mother's day in Sacramento. An essay from the Million Mom March
Million Mom March
Traveling with kids
Are we there yet?
A summer's tale, memories of summer picnics and problems
Summer's tale
Sep/Oct
2001
The Day After
Pink Hats
The winner
Seeking HOT
Foot in mouth
Trick or teeth
Nov/Dec
2001
Becoming
a citizen
Spending for
your country
Patriotic edition special
American
terrorists
Teddy bear
factory
The original Star
Spangled Banner
British
rockets
Grandmother's
advice
January 2000 - December 2001
This is vintage stuff!