Category: Family Life

Before the brakes went out on our motorhome, we had gotten lost.  For reasons we still don’t understand, I was calm about the brake loss part.  What I was totally freaking out about was relying on Internet technology to help us. The idea was offered by our friendly motor home dealer, who took our older Class C motor home in need of a new $10,000 roof and sold us, cheap, a bigger Class A rig.  Cheaper because what crazy personRead more…

“Tis the season to wear myself down to sheer exhaustion and still not get everything done that I have in my head I “need” to do. I’m slipping into the family-dimension of visits, gifts and wine. Of seeing family I only get to see once a year. Of naming a new puppy. The ordeal of losing our puppy, Winnie, a few months ago messed up everyone in their own way. For me, I had bonded with her and had theRead more…

This was my giggle for the day. I’m on the Board of Directors for my town’s baseball Little League. My role is their head webmaster. There’s me and a few others who pitch in during the busy season, keeping up with scores, schedules, etc. All of us, of course, are volunteers. Registration for the 2009 Spring season starts next month. It’s an exciting time. Typically we get a minimum of 500 boys signing up for Spring ball and then there’sRead more…

What a wild year. I hit an age milestone and one child has grown up and is training me on how to be the mother of someone who has her own car, job, boyfriend and still never makes her bed. School is almost out for the summer. Already my son finished the baseball season for team number one, and now he’s on his second team, where they play into July. They’ve only lost one game so far. Freshman high schoolRead more…

I’m back from many things. Dealing with family members who need me. Losing my host, and thus, this blog for awhile. Being a mom, raising happy kids, running a business, and being a sane wife are constant lessons. I had a great day today. We caught it on film. Holidays don’t stand in our way at Cre8tive Flow. We posted our weekly roundup of popular threads, member picks and various web sites we find of interest. Cre8asiteforums honored moms dayRead more…

Everyone has their own way. I’ve been around many development environments and witnessed or experienced the blood, sweat and tears borne by the web development team. Sometimes it feels they get no support or respect. Someone came to Cre8asiteforums, a community largely made up of search engine marketing practitioners, asking for Your 10 Rules To Follow To Ensure Usability. I was wondering members’ views on what their 10 definite rules would be to ensure, or at least strive for, goodRead more…

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