Happy Third Anniversaire MrsEnginerd!

This labor of love started as a coping mechanism during The Layoff. The year 2015 was ripe with possibilities. My severance package allowed for a much deserved sabbatical after 10 uninterrupted years of service as a design engineer. In theory, this experience as an engineer would open any door I chose to unlock but I... Continue Reading →

Countdown to 10! – The Proposal

This year marks the 10th anniversary of my wedding to W. As part of the celebration, I will be documenting our relationship from the proposal up to the wedding, and each year up to our 10th anniversary. Enjoy! I got engaged during the pre-social media age, before Facebook, Twitter, Flash Mobs, surprise engagement-weddings and love... Continue Reading →

The Disappearance of Maura Murray

Oxygen green lit a documentary series featuring Maggie Freleng and Art Roderick to explore what happened to UMass student Maura Murray who vanished without a trace in the small town of Woodsville in Havenhill, New Hampshire. Surrounded by a cloud of mystery and suspense, her story has been nationally followed by reporters, crime novelists, podcasters and... Continue Reading →

La Junta de Control Fiscal en Facebook

En lo que sólo se puede atribuir a la creatividad Boricua, hay un espacio satírico en Facebook que se dedica a comunicarse como si fuese la susodicha Junta de Control Fiscal. Ya que la política Estado Unidense no es un circo, para nada, unos ciudadanos desconocidos decidieron capitalizar la ironía de la situación para informar al... Continue Reading →

MrsEnginerd’s 2016 Year in Review

This year was riddled with so much bad luck that even the monthly reads for the blog ended on low viewership. The reader fatigue on the new house escapades alone made for the slump in hits, but the poems and reviews are still holding strong. We had over 5,000 hits total for over 300 posts.... Continue Reading →

My Beef With The Facebook Newsfeed 

You'd think the pretentious stories about how husbands are perfect and how precious people's children are would be the reason why I have a beef with my Facebook's newsfeed but this isn't the reason I created this post. My beef with the newsfeed is that the algorithm decides for you in what order you will... Continue Reading →

10 Facebook Etiquette Rules To Live By

A lot of my peers have had some excellent questions about how to handle Facebook posts, comments and requests resulting in great pointers and conversations. Because social media can be difficult to navigate, I compiled a list of the 10 best etiquette rules to help you be successful when dealing with folks online: 1. Always... Continue Reading →

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