Family and Business Intersect We started our business as a family endeavor. And it provides unique ways to enjoy our family. We love getting to make things that express who we are. Today this new piece hangs on our wall, as a token of the early parts of our adoption journey. This last week, while working and wrestling with some emotions, I decided to pull a few parts … [Read more...] about Family Business
A good life needs both work and play. Better still to play and work simultaneously! A bit of both worlds! During the day (and right times of year) I get to teach classes about logical argumentation. Last semester, I spent a day with my classes considering an argument put forward by Christopher Ketchum here. The NPS faces budget constraints and growing demand for more … [Read more...] about Work and Play
The Party has started! We gave a brief update here, and what started here is now happening again. Monitoring. I was up early this morning to get to the lab for blood tests. Then to OB's office for the ultrasound. None of it is fun, least of all the uber early morning, but I'll do it for my babies. This monitoring is about checking how my body … [Read more...] about Embryo Adoption – Prepare to Transfer! Pt 2
Spring Break! Spring break means a week off from teaching classes. In the interest of a balanced life - rest and play in moderate proportion with productive labor - I plan to take the day off today. That includes writing this blog and parting LEGO® sets as well. I hope you and yours find a healthy balance between these things also. See you again in a few days! Enjoy … [Read more...] about Spring Break!
I've seen lots of lists about advantages of working for yourself, and lists of advantages of doing school at home. One of the best self-employed advantage I've heard is "you get to choose which 18 hours of the day you want to work!" This is the best advantages to homeschooling list I've seen so far. Well, I've got one really big advantage of working for yourself, and for … [Read more...] about One really big advantage of working for yourself