Category Archives: motherhood

Unable to Post Anything Else

Apprehensive About Wild Things, originally posted Sunday, September 27, 2009 I love Where the Wild Things Are. I am a fan of anything Maurice Sendak touches. Those who know me well, know I collect his books and edition prints … the rarer … Continue reading

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Get In Your Music While You Can

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Print Big!

This weekend I took Z down to Atlanta Printmaker’s Studio for Print Big 2012. As you can see by these images she had a wonderful time. Thanks to APS for putting on a wonderful event.

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Vignelli Continued (pt. 2)

As I continue to compile my own personal sharing from my Master Workshop with Massimo Vignelli. I want to share the portion of an article from Design Observer. A portion of the content hit very close to home. As a … Continue reading

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Dear Starbucks Barista,

Please don’t ask me, if I am ‘sure, I don’t want my half-caf to actually be a full-decaf?’. Please don’t follow-up this question with a inquiry about my impending due-date. Don’t you know, by the joyous look on my face, when … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day to MOCK, the Dad.

It seems appropriate to announce on the eve of Father’s Day how proud I am of the three SEED Awards, MOCK, the Agency took home this week. Wednesday proved to be a beautiful night at MODA in Atlanta.

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Working Moms are Targets Again

Will it ever end? Why would the children of Working MOTHERS be the target of such a study at American University? Studies like these do nothing but add fuel to the fire of Mommy Wars. I created this poster back … Continue reading

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It Happened Today

I got dressed for my Saturday run-arounds, thought I looked pretty good, hair done, scarf wrapped, jewelry and makeup somewhat in place. Then I turned and looked 3/4-view in my mirror — somehow it happened — I’m wearing Mom Jeans. This … Continue reading

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Please Privatize Your Settings

While administering the Facebook site for my AIGA Student group today, I decided to display the following in the ‘about me’ area. don’t forget — this facebook friend is faculty & student administered. please consider privatizing your settings. It is … Continue reading

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As Seen on TV

When Advertising Backfires We recently moved to a new home — and with that new home we purchased a new television — and finally got cable! I have referred to this new TV a few times as Don’s new wife … Continue reading

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