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Death Defines You

There are only two things in life that are certain, death and taxes. I’ve tried defining other certainties, aside from bodily functions, and this seems to be fairly accurate. Between all the baby announcements, weddings and birthdays, a few untimely and sudden deaths have sneaked their way into my life. After the dust settled and everyone […]

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Love and Marriage Mrs Enginerd Poetry

What I Like About You The Most

What I like about you the most is your friendly stare, The warmth of your embrace. The encouragement in your whispers. What I like about you the most is the passion in your speech, The many times you claim my heart, my mind and spirit by just being you, By fighting for a world that’s […]

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Adulting Mrs Enginerd

Turning 30 is Tricky 

Lets face it, by the time you turn the big 3-0 people expect you to have your house decorated like a Pottery Barn catalogue instead of showcasing proudly all of your Voltron action figures and memorabilia. Over my dead nerdy body! It is as if by decree you must become a functioning adult who has […]

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Adulting Mrs Enginerd

Supporting Your Friends’ Dreams Shouldn’t Be Optional

I was raised by a flexible old school family that taught me to always patronize home grown products, services and peeps’s wacky business ventures. For example, my mom didn’t necessarily need 20 lbs of laundry detergent but if a friend was starting a career as an Amway sales rep or their own laundry detergent shop […]

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Love and Marriage Mrs Enginerd

10 Things I Hate About Being Married

I’m happy. Yes, blissfully happy with a partner in crime that has allowed me to grow and experience life as an adult. Mistakes are allowed and forgiven but not forgotten for learning purposes. There are many things that I have gone through as a modern working wife that gave me enough insight to write this […]