I know, I know and I’m sorry….I’ve been neglectful as of late.
Sometimes life just needs to take center stage and blogging needs to wait patiently off to the side.
There has been a lot going on at work…good news in the IT Staffing world! I have a great sense of pride that the work that I do, right now in this day and age, not only helps my clients and the people I find for them, but it also helps my country. I love getting people off the unemployment lines and back to work!
The Littlest scored her first soccer goal on Saturday….big fun for her!
Is anybody else over the Swine flue hysteria? A week from Thursday I am flying down to Cabo San Lucas sans ninos! (without kids – in two different languages no less). Can I just tell you that right now there are 0 reported cases of Swine Flu on the whole Baja Peninsula. None. Zip. NADA. Therefore, I should be a lot more scared walking around the state of Washington then I should chillin on the beach in Cabo. Not to mention that I think the constant intake of smallish quantities of tequila will be a very effective method for killing off any possible bugs. I’m over the hysteria of the media. It just kills me. But hey, I guess it is nice to have everybody stressed about something other than the economy. So there is that, I suppose.
Here is my biggest news….ready….drum roll…. The week before last I had total vindication in family court! Can I just tell you that it has taken 2 years and I don’t even want to think about how many dollars worth of legal fees to finally have the court tell the X that dads have to pay child support and all the shenanigans he has pulled over the last 2 years in efforts to avoid that obligation aren’t fooling AN.Y.ONE!
My favorite part of the commissioner’s judgment was when she said to him “your ex wife has built a career for herself, with no previous work experience, with no advanced degree (I have a BA but he has a graduate degree), all the while being the primary parent for the children and without the parental support that you, sir, clearly have and yet you are here to tell me that you want me to assign the wage the court uses for the average 40 year old man in the state of Washington with undocumented income?” (it is a very low number). Oh it was wonderful. Even if I never get paid. The X and his parents had to listen to the commissioner validate little ole me and rake his sorry behind all over the courtroom. No, I’m not bitter, just validated. And oh, it feels so good!
Glad to finally see daylight hours extending past 5:00 in these parts. Welcome Spring!
All in all, life is still good. And Me and Mine are still OK.