Tiny Feet, Busy Days
I’ve been remiss in posting lately. It isn’t due to a lack of interest, it’s an increase of responsibilities. There’s a baby in the house, and babies make for busy days, especially when coupled with working at home and an already jammed schedule. But it’s rewarding work. Smiles and an occasional giggle. Payment just doesn’t get better than that!
I’ve also become acutely aware of how much I’ve forgotten, though relearning is a privilege and joy, I have to say, and several ideas for new radio shows have been spawned in short order.
The first is a series on Working-at-Home. Expect that in the next week or two. It’ll run several weeks. Another is the importance of Balance. I’ve done a bit on that and uploaded it to the Special Projects site. (You might wish to visit the www.everydaywomanradio.com site, too. There are a few shows up on it that aired early on.)
If working at home and caring for a baby isn’t enough to wear one down, try doing it with the flu and/or strep throat. What a journey!
I remember now how I used to stay so thin!
A heartfelt thank you for your notes on Stealing Joy. I am so glad that it’s been helpful. I would say I’m surprised that so many are facing these situations, but the truth is everyone always has, and I expect always will. It’s the nature of the humanity beast.
Several notes have centered on betrayal, and so I’ll be addressing it in my next special project. I’ve responded to the urgent messages on it already, and will get on with it ASAP. Understand please, right now I’m in a different position than I have been for most of the last decade. I’m transitioning in the writing, management, and at home. Tiny feet make for busy days!
And what a privilege it is to experience them.
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