Monthly Archives: January 2007

Tunnelvision

Back in 93-94, I was involved with an artist. While he didn’t have much common sense, or a terribly well developed sense of right and wrong, he did have an astounding amount of natural talent. We were invited to take part in a Dallas art project to paint a large mural in the Good Latimer […]

Sisterhood of the Traveling Tiara

Whee! I’m so excited. I leave this morning for a weekend with 4 of my dearest friends, at one of the nation’s premiere spas and resorts. A weekend of pampering, good friends, good food, and of course, tiaras. The only sad thing is that I broke my tiara last night when I was cleaning it. […]

Crisis on the High Seas…ok, not so much

So, I’ve been using 1&1.com as my hosting provider for multiple domains for years. They’re inexpensive, and as long as you’re not trying to do anything complicated, pretty reliable. But, I’m rolling out a new ecommerce solution this year, and to do so, needed a host with more experience in the database arena, and who […]

Stupid, stupid war on drugs

Look, goddamit, I don’t think it’s too much to ask that I should be able to buy cold medicine that actually works. I shouldn’t have to wait for pharmacy hours and stand in line at the “real drugs” counter to get some freaking over the counter cold medicine. I’m sick. I want my nyquil back! […]

On the topic of abortion: Roe V. Wade anniversary

As many of you who know me personally know, I studied philosophy and bioethics at university. My bioethics focus was primarily on feminist issues, primarily those surrounding reproduction issues. You may or may know also know that I worked on the front lines of the debate, walking people through the screaming lunatics that would surround […]