This Is NOT Acceptable. But I'm not sure how to complain.
31st October 2007 | 562 views | 1 comment
The Costume photos.
25th October 2007 | 538 views | 4 comments
Drowning in a Tidal Wave of Memory.
14th October 2007 | 517 views | 5 comments
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If you could interview Diana Gabaldon, what would you ask her?
Asked on 9th September 2007 | 2 replies
If you could afford to stay at home with your kids, would you still work?
Answered on 9th September 2007:
I would absolutely still work. I love my kids, but I am more than my kids. I see a lot of value to being present for your children, to putting in that time with The Wheels on the Bus and the playgroups and the PTA. I've done that (and do it even thought I work) and done it well. But I am more than a mother. I am also myself. A strong, intelligent, professional woman who enjoys her career and is good at it. I get great fulfillment from being a mother (well, sometimes. Let's be honest, sometimes it really is a grind), but I also get great fulfillment from my work. Teaching is an outlet for me. It's a way to honour the parts of me that aren't a mother. I also think it's very important for my girls to understand that I don't work simply because I have to, that I work because I want to. I think it's important they have as a role model someone who has made choices in her life to value herself--her gifts, her talents, her interests. I'm proud to be able to be that role model for them.