It’s All Poop

  Mamacita says:  It’s all poop.  All of it.  Poop. See this cartoon? I was forced to do stuff like this for over twenty years and I hated every second of it. Do you hear me? Every. second. of. it. … Continue reading

Ages and Generations

Mamacita says:  One of the wonderful advantages of a college class is the mixture of ages, even generations, sitting together and sharing points of view. (I’ve always thought school should be about ability, never about age, but don’t get me … Continue reading

Wallowing in Nostalgia

Mamacita says:  I don’t know why I’ve been wallowing in nostalgia lately, but I might as well go the whole route and talk about the day I became an adult.  This has nothing to do with the day I grew … Continue reading

I Go To Conferences. Here’s Why.

Mamacita says:Because I do a lot of writing for various businesses, and because I become very attached to “my” businesses, and because it’s extremely important to me to do a better-than-average job for them, I go to a lot of conferences.  My … Continue reading

Happy Birthday to My Beautiful Son

Mamacita says:  June is a busy month here, as both of my beautiful children have June birthdays. Last week was my daughter’s birthday, and today is my son’s birthday. I remember so well the night he was born. Well, every … Continue reading

Big Speakers. Not A Euphemism.

Mamacita says:  Back when I was in college, one of my friends had a map of  North America on a corkboard, hanging on his wall. When things were slow, we would take turns throwing a dart at the map, and … Continue reading