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Declining Job Market: Why Get Mad When I Can Blog About It

Declining Job Market:  Why Get Mad When I Can Blog About It
Blogging From The Big Box…a tiny division of Life As I See It Today marks my first entry in what I can only hope will turn into many more.  After realizing the “blogging thing” is not going to be the cash cow I had hoped, I had no choice but look for part-time work. My purpose... Read more »

Start Rolling Your Eyes...Here are Today's Headlines and My Two Cents

This morning’s news had me rolling my eyes toward the TV screen blaring in the front room.  As I scrambled eggs in the kitchen, I heard news of a six-year-old kid from Kentucky that was being treated to some extensive groping; and definitely not the handling her parents had counted on this early in her life... Read more »

Valentine Reservations?: Yeah, don't do that...

www.coopershawkwinery.com  I must admit I have never been to this restaurant.  I have heard many, many fine things about it.  It's in the neighborhood and I don't think I have ever passed it's parking lot and not seen it full to capacity.  It has an extensive food menu as well as a menu for wine.  If you happen to find yourself in the Orland or Burr Ridge area, be sure to check this place out.
Want a sure fire way to waste a boat load of money, wait a long time to get a table where you will more than likely get crappy food, even crappier service, and risk a possible love connection?  Take your sweetie out on Monday night…go ahead, see if cupid strikes.  I’ll cut to the chase,... Read more »
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Snowsapalooza 2011 Activities: Ideas for the clueless parent

Ohhh, there is an idea.  Building a snowman is a perfect idea when considering what to do with a yard full of snow.  Nothing is cuter than watching your youngsters outside trying to put one of these characters together.  Again, keep your crazy ideas to yourself.  Enjoy this activity from the warmth of your front room~sipping some cocoa with a camera handy.  With most activites involving kids pictures provide memories that will last a lifetime.
I weep for today’s youth.  What fun is finding out about a snow day thanks to a district-wide robocall eighteen hours before the start of the “day in question”?  Further proof these clowns are screwed: a link on the district website with “ideas” for parents wondering what to do with these hooligans when faced with... Read more »