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Old 03-28-2012, 09:01 PM   #691
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Lisa, he just gets on her when he knows shes not giving her all, not giving 100% is not allowed.
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Old 03-29-2012, 06:32 AM   #692
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Lisa, I can't tell you much about the Rebel b/c I'm a Nikon girl, but you usually cannot go wrong with Canon either. Have you looked into bridge-cameras? They are an in between from a point and shoot and a dslr and they might give you more clarity but not the hassle of learning settings and lens changing that a dslr brings.

I will say that if you do not really want to learn settings, do NOT buy a dslr. I think some point and shoots take just as nice shots in auto settings as auto setting a dslr does. I've had people with the EXACT same camera as me, ask me what kind of camera I have and they are shocked we have the same camera b/c I have learned how to get the shots I want with manual shooting, but dslr's are far from perfect if you just put them on auto and try to shoot, in fact, they can be more frustrating if you are wanting to just get the shot! Look into some bridge cameras, I know Nikon and Canon both have them!

Biking is going ok, but I live in a pretty hilly area outside of town and I mean BIG hills and will have to avoid them. Dallas and I have had to get off and walk some of them and that does nothing for me feet and kind of defeats the purpose. This morning I'm going to map out an area in town of maybe 3 miles and then just ride in circles to get more mileage. That way I can go further but not hit any horrible hills.

Can't wait to hear about all the trips you goddesses have/are taking! I still have 11 months, so I need to live vicariously!

Oh and Hope (my bff) and I also planned an alternate trip if my feet are not better. It's a couple weeks after the Princess and on my actual birthday. I'm hoping we don't have to go then, but if I'm in the pain I'm in now, I wouldn't even be able to walk the 1/2 and it would be torture to see everyone with their bling. BUT, I have months and maybe it will be better by then! I hope so.
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Old 03-29-2012, 07:43 AM   #693
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Okay - first I never ever thought to take my camera. My favourite NBA player of all time was there and no camera. So I was entranced to see Baron up close and personal. I literally have this fabulous memory of a hotel room in Charlotte years back - ooh that sounds like a good story. Anyway, I'm on the bed there standing up reenacting Baron behind the back - through the defense and to the basket. BOOM. I love him.

So it was wonderful. Imagine I spend most of these years - staring down from the rafters in the $12.50 seats (which are not bad seats - they did a fantastic job of designing the Air Canada Centre) looking at all the rich people. And often I swear at them if we are sold out and there are empty seats - like a geez who the eff had tickets and didn't even come? Idiots.

The best people are during the fourth quarter scan - one guy who was over 200 pounds was dancing like he was on Soul Train. And he was white. Priceless.

I was in the seats where you have a menu and someone comes to serve you. Hello. But I didn't buy anything. You can see the excitement. You can see them coming and leaving the tunnel. See them dancing and fooling around being boys. The commentators and their makeup is visible. It's just an entirely different vantage point.

And I found myself looking at the big screen - which was now up in my view not down and it would take a few minutes for me to click in that I don't need to stare at the big screen. Hello, my seats provide the big screen.

And I also think of you and Kat when I'm there whether upper or lower bowl. The 13 Stanley Cups banner hang - and they end in 1967. . I was born in 1967 - those poor poor Leaf fans.

Megan - they did fire the coach. The chanting became too much I guess
I feel like I just got a mini trip report about your game and I loved it. I should say that I bring my camera every where, every where. Sometimes when I'm out some place like a concert it will hit me that I've seen the whole show thru my camera. So I'm a bit happy you didn't bring it. It's awesome to just be in the moment.

Sounds like you had an amazing night. I had fun just reading about it so I can imagine how you felt being there. I'm like you though, I hate seeing those expensive seats during sold out games. Hello us little people would have taken them off your hands if you weren't going to use them. If I get tickets to an event and can't go I'd rather just give them away then not have them be used.

I've only been to two Celtics game in my life but I have to say one thing thats fun about basketball games as opposed to hockey is that you can kind of see more of the players personalities.


I've been to the Air Canada Centre to see the Leafs play years ago. I have to say I loved it. I had so much fun and thought it was a great place.

Oh and as for the firing of the Leafs coach... hockey fans are brutal. I've seen chants to fire college coaches. But when I was reading up about the new coach I realized that one of the assistant coaches had coached at one of the big colleges out here. The name was familiar and I had to look it up to figure out why.
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Lisa, I can't tell you much about the Rebel b/c I'm a Nikon girl, but you usually cannot go wrong with Canon either. Have you looked into bridge-cameras? They are an in between from a point and shoot and a dslr and they might give you more clarity but not the hassle of learning settings and lens changing that a dslr brings.
I don't know whats considered a bridge camera but I have a Canon that I'd consider to be more then you standard point and shoot but isn't a dslr. I can't for the life of me remember which model it is at the moment but I love it. It gives me great shots but I don't have to fiddle with all the lenses. I use it a lot at concerts and it gives me great shots but its also good for family functions.


Jo- How does she handle it when he expects 100% from her? I got that pressure from my dad when I played soccer and hockey. Sometimes it'd create tense moments but it also pushed me to be better. But my sister couldn't handle that pressure and my dad had to learn to back off her.


Karen- I know you've been having problems with your feet but don't count yourself out for the Princess. You've got a ton of time to see how things go. Honestly my ankle a month ago was still badly swollen and I thought I'd have to scrap races for the spring. Its taken a lot of work and adjustments but I'm finally seeing improvements.


I went to boot camp last night and was pretty fired up leaving the house. Its the best workout I've had in months! Safe to say I'm having more workouts these days where I feel like my old self again. And the best part.... almost no swelling after. This week feels like a huge week for me in the workout department.
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Before I catch up....

Okay - let me not make this a drama. But I chose to be courageous and very vulnerable this week and I was met by - are you ready? Silence. Simply ignoring. Nada. And I've said this before if any of you deal with conflict or vulnerability in your life by silence - change it. It leaves the other person feeling - sh!t I don't know the word - but I find it very self absorbed and cruel and disrespectful to choose that. Acknowledgement - whether good or bad or difficult is much kinder and better in the end. Even if it comes with a disappointment - which of course is a valid outcome - at least one was acknowledged for their own courage and strength.

I'm holding on to me and my strengths. I'm doing fabulously with so many things these days. So although this is hard - I'm trying hard to hold on to me. Looking great - I'm at that size that is very good. I'm saying size because it's no longer a weight - my fitness has made that weight higher. Good thing. But the size where if I didn't get any smaller I could live with it. Onward.
So glad that you are happy with your size and holding onto you.

I hope it's not our fault??

I'm try not to use silence as a weapon, but I am also really bad with just being too self-absorbed to respond when I should, and/or procrastinating things until scatter-brain over here totally forgets. On top of that, social interactions and thinking/responding can be hard for me sometimes so I put them off until I have more energy, and if something falls off my radar in the meantime, I can be horrible about it. In general, I am sometimes not a very good friend because of this. The people that I have stayed friends with the longest are the ones that understand and don't take my silence personally.


I've been so busy lately that I haven't been able to breathe. First the trip, and then a whirlwind week of catching up at work and then I flew to Chicago for an interview, and then we had a release at work this week which required a lot of extra hours. I haven't had much time other than updating FB and barely keeping up with my emails, let alone message boards or blogs.

Long story short, I got the job. I will be a traveling consultant and will be in California for 4 weeks of training starting May 20th, and then will be going to a job site on Mon AM and back home on Thurs PM, working from home on Fridays.

My husband also got a new job which will have him working 3 12 hour shifts overnight. He is super excited about it as he has HATED the M-F morning shift thing that he transitioned to last year.


I still owe a race and trip report and promise to add one sometime this afternoon or tomorrow.
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Old 03-29-2012, 03:42 PM   #696
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Kat!!

OMG, like I would feel remotely vulnerable or courageous about emailing you three ding dongs. Come on, laugh with me.

And even if I was SO absurd about you not answering me about your RRs - why the he!! would I write in code about you three on your own thread. Come on you know me I am upfront and direct with people. Look I just called Jo's husband big ball man.

And it wasn't this week.

As for friends not answering emails - I have friends that I LOVE for decades and decades that can't answer an email or even acknowledge an email to save their lives. And I haven't kicked them to the curb. Geez, they sound like keepers. I was just laughing about one of them the other day. I actually say to her over the years could you just type the words "got it" once in awhile on the important ones. Totally frustrating and then I get a novel out of the blue. But here we go this friend would never not acknowledge when it's apparent that it's necessary - very vulnerable or conflict based to work out.

This was a whole different ball game. And not about any friend taking the needed space/time to answer an email. Long story. I just posted about it because 1) I think silence as a response is __________ and 2) I wanted to vent to hold onto me and not make it about me because it's all about them 3) Someone here on this thread must use it as their way to deal with vulnerability or conflict because it's a common tactic in general for people. Ie. there are enough people on here that one of us does it. Or someone's husband/partner. And I wanted to voice that "change that people". Telling how it feels on the other side. And leaves the person on the other side as not even remotely acknowledged.

Congratulations on the job. I know you're both skilled and talented and have many fantastic reviews but I have to say you must be the best at interviews Kat.

Yeah for you! So Chicago - head office??? But you get to stay home and travel as well?


And although I both love you and miss you and DO WANT A RACE REPORT - I don't care who's on this thread regularly or at all. Life is the priority. And it's wonderful that you have lots going on.

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Good, good. I didn't think so but wanted to be sure.

I think silence is definitely common, and irritating. I will do my best.

Nah, I'm not that good at interviews. My skill set and experience level are just very very much in demand right now, and especially in this area and some of the other "high tech" places. I get called pretty much weekly.

I liked this job but I don't want to stay a contractor really, plus I was really enticed by the travel aspect. It saves on a lot of expenses, and I get to move somewhere without actually having to pack up, sell the house, etc. I've been getting a bit antsy about living here for 11 years and this gives me the best of both worlds.

Their home office is in California. I will spend the first 4 weeks there for training. After that, I will have another month somewhere TBD in on-the-job training, then I will get assigned a project. They try to get it as geographically close to your home base as possible.
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I think it's funny that you thought it was you Kat, b/c I immediately thought it might be me. I have the same tendency, at least online, to read and then respond in my HEAD and never actually type it out! I'm really bad about it, but I try to work on it. I also worry that I'm me-me-me all the time and not responding enough to others in conversation and just acknowledging them and what they have to say.

Congrats on the job Kat!!!!!!!!

Did another 8 miles on the bike yesterday and a little faster. I found a route I can go without too many terrible hills so I don't have to get off and walk on my feet!

Anyone have fabulous plans for the weekend? I need to live vicariously through you.
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Lisa, I can't tell you much about the Rebel b/c I'm a Nikon girl, but you usually cannot go wrong with Canon either. Have you looked into bridge-cameras? They are an in between from a point and shoot and a dslr and they might give you more clarity but not the hassle of learning settings and lens changing that a dslr brings.

I will say that if you do not really want to learn settings, do NOT buy a dslr. I think some point and shoots take just as nice shots in auto settings as auto setting a dslr does. I've had people with the EXACT same camera as me, ask me what kind of camera I have and they are shocked we have the same camera b/c I have learned how to get the shots I want with manual shooting, but dslr's are far from perfect if you just put them on auto and try to shoot, in fact, they can be more frustrating if you are wanting to just get the shot! Look into some bridge cameras, I know Nikon and Canon both have them!

Biking is going ok, but I live in a pretty hilly area outside of town and I mean BIG hills and will have to avoid them. Dallas and I have had to get off and walk some of them and that does nothing for me feet and kind of defeats the purpose. This morning I'm going to map out an area in town of maybe 3 miles and then just ride in circles to get more mileage. That way I can go further but not hit any horrible hills.


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Smart on the bike route Karen until everything heals.

Thanks on the camera. The only thing that keeps me jealous is the F.I.N.E clarity of a DSLR lens - the quality - crisp - clear. It drives me crazy Karen - the intense jealousy.

So I asked a friend who is a photographer today - "WHY OH WHY can they not make a P and S with a DSLR lens?" He told me because no one would buy it - because of the pricing. IE. they wouldn't spend it when entry level DSLRs would be at that price level. I WOULD. They need to invent it only for me.

So those 4/3s - any thoughts?

Karen, I have a feeling my camera IS a bridge camera. Unsure. Point and shoot still though. Obviously I'm confused.

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I feel like I just got a mini trip report about your game and I loved it. I should say that I bring my camera every where, every where. Sometimes when I'm out some place like a concert it will hit me that I've seen the whole show thru my camera. So I'm a bit happy you didn't bring it. It's awesome to just be in the moment.

Sounds like you had an amazing night. I had fun just reading about it so I can imagine how you felt being there. I'm like you though, I hate seeing those expensive seats during sold out games. Hello us little people would have taken them off your hands if you weren't going to use them. If I get tickets to an event and can't go I'd rather just give them away then not have them be used.

I've only been to two Celtics game in my life but I have to say one thing thats fun about basketball games as opposed to hockey is that you can kind of see more of the players personalities.


I've been to the Air Canada Centre to see the Leafs play years ago. I have to say I loved it. I had so much fun and thought it was a great place.

Oh and as for the firing of the Leafs coach... hockey fans are brutal. I've seen chants to fire college coaches. But when I was reading up about the new coach I realized that one of the assistant coaches had coached at one of the big colleges out here. The name was familiar and I had to look it up to figure out why.
But one of those Celtic games was a playoff game!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Need info on your Toronto trip - I guess a Bruins game, yes? And a win?

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Lisa, he just gets on her when he knows shes not giving her all, not giving 100% is not allowed.
Jo, here is what I think - in case you care . Jean and I talk about this endlessly and Megan's talk gives more credit to our thoughts re: Sister's personality. Children/people are either born with that 100% fire/go go go/competitive drive or not. It's innate. That is what we've come to all these years.

I still hope she's having fun - she's young. Okay Lisa is shutting up now.....maybe.

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I think it's funny that you thought it was you Kat, b/c I immediately thought it might be me. I have the same tendency, at least online, to read and then respond in my HEAD and never actually type it out! I'm really bad about it, but I try to work on it. I also worry that I'm me-me-me all the time and not responding enough to others in conversation and just acknowledging them and what they have to say.

Congrats on the job Kat!!!!!!!!

Did another 8 miles on the bike yesterday and a little faster. I found a route I can go without too many terrible hills so I don't have to get off and walk on my feet!

Anyone have fabulous plans for the weekend? I need to live vicariously through you.
No fabulous plans Karen. Watching Dallas and Orlando right now. Would love to see my great nephew or grand nephew or whatever the heck he is I think it's a British/American thing again. I haven't seen him since Christmas. And he's like a little butterball. So cute. And I'm not a baby person. I like that half baby/half little girl or boy stage.

God remember when Delena was at that stage? Where does the time go?

Look at you all thinking I'm talking about you. It's no one on here. I would simply tell you. I was only short and vague for one reason - to not give it drama or energy for me. Just to vent. And be gone with it. And look at all the drama anyway.

Oh Karen wonderful on the route.
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Good, good. I didn't think so but wanted to be sure.

I think silence is definitely common, and irritating. I will do my best.

Nah, I'm not that good at interviews. My skill set and experience level are just very very much in demand right now, and especially in this area and some of the other "high tech" places. I get called pretty much weekly.

I liked this job but I don't want to stay a contractor really, plus I was really enticed by the travel aspect. It saves on a lot of expenses, and I get to move somewhere without actually having to pack up, sell the house, etc. I've been getting a bit antsy about living here for 11 years and this gives me the best of both worlds.

Their home office is in California. I will spend the first 4 weeks there for training. After that, I will have another month somewhere TBD in on-the-job training, then I will get assigned a project. They try to get it as geographically close to your home base as possible.
So when are they sending you to Toronto?

Tell me your exact job title Kat - nephew (Jean's but was mine sort of deal) is trying to make decisions about where to go to in IT. Talk to me like I'm a four year old.

I'm so excited to hear all about it. Good for you Kat. Exciting! Truly - I'm sighing with envy with the brand new all the time and the travel.
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Tell me your exact job title Kat - nephew (Jean's but was mine sort of deal) is trying to make decisions about where to go to in IT. Talk to me like I'm a four year old.

I'm so excited to hear all about it. Good for you Kat. Exciting! Truly - I'm sighing with envy with the brand new all the time and the travel.
Toronto is not out of the question! I need to get a passport, though.

I am very excited about the travel and the brand new all the time, and just doing something different. I've been kind of bored in the last few years. Different jobs, but always the same, if that makes any sense. This will present a new challenge every year or so and I am hoping that will keep it fresh and interesting.

What is he doing for qualifications? I have an undergraduate degree in Computer Science as well as almost 15 years experience now. Titles have been everything from Developer to Programmer/Analyst to Software Engineer, which all really mean computer programmer. In the last 3-5 years all positions have either had "Senior" or "Lead" in the title, as I passed the 10 year mark.

Specifically, currently anyhow, I am a Java programmer that specializes in web application development. I am the person that makes a website work. Not the person that makes it pretty! If you push a button on a website and it saves or loads information? That's me.

However, IT can mean anything from support/help desk, to network or systems administrators, to programmers or project managers.

What I do definitely pays well and is (obviously) in very high demand here. In fact, most of the recruiting firms are now offering between 1K and 4K just for a referral bonus if you send someone their way.
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Life is slamming us right now. Back from Disney and hoping for a calm weekend.

Kat - congrats on the new gig. If they send you to St Louis or Kansas City, let me know. We can Galloway!

Karen - I hate hills. Be sure you're using all of your gears. Little ring in front, big ring in back. It works! You don't go fast, but just like a car, you have to downshift sometimes. I biked to work yesterday. It's been a long time, but felt great. I had to remember how to cross the street

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Can't wait to hear all about it. Especially Bonnet Creek.

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Toronto is not out of the question! I need to get a passport, though.

I am very excited about the travel and the brand new all the time, and just doing something different. I've been kind of bored in the last few years. Different jobs, but always the same, if that makes any sense. This will present a new challenge every year or so and I am hoping that will keep it fresh and interesting.

What is he doing for qualifications? I have an undergraduate degree in Computer Science as well as almost 15 years experience now. Titles have been everything from Developer to Programmer/Analyst to Software Engineer, which all really mean computer programmer. In the last 3-5 years all positions have either had "Senior" or "Lead" in the title, as I passed the 10 year mark.

Specifically, currently anyhow, I am a Java programmer that specializes in web application development. I am the person that makes a website work. Not the person that makes it pretty! If you push a button on a website and it saves or loads information? That's me.

However, IT can mean anything from support/help desk, to network or systems administrators, to programmers or project managers.

What I do definitely pays well and is (obviously) in very high demand here. In fact, most of the recruiting firms are now offering between 1K and 4K just for a referral bonus if you send someone their way.

Yeah Kat talked to me like I'm a four year old. That's the first time I actually GOT IT Kat. I swear I'm not slow. I did download Google Chrome on my own. . I

Look at you. What a success you are Kat. Truly. (Don't argue with me!!!). I'm very excited for you - yes I can't shut up.

He will be doing college. Here college and university are totally different places/terms. College is hand's on though. His parents are disappointed because they are university educated and wanted all their children to go. But he'll do just fine. In fact, I have friends that took the college route and are way more successful/make more than me. So whatever. But he did say computer programming - so I'm very excited to let him know about your career for whatever it's worth. And by the way I think my sister does exactly your job (but she doesn't have a degree in Computer Science). I had no idea what she actually did until you explained it and then it finally sunk in - Lisa has been educated by the Kit Kat.
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I think it's funny that you thought it was you Kat, b/c I immediately thought it might be me. I have the same tendency, at least online, to read and then respond in my HEAD and never actually type it out! I'm really bad about it, but I try to work on it. I also worry that I'm me-me-me all the time and not responding enough to others in conversation and just acknowledging them and what they have to say.

Congrats on the job Kat!!!!!!!!

Did another 8 miles on the bike yesterday and a little faster. I found a route I can go without too many terrible hills so I don't have to get off and walk on my feet!

Anyone have fabulous plans for the weekend? I need to live vicariously through you.
Karen, great job on the miles!!!

I am bad at reading and not responding. Forgive me

Lisa way on the .9, and I do care what you say. I agree with you some are born with it. Alexa has fire.. when she wants to. But shes 7

Kat, I think you should get a passport. You will never know where they will send you and you don't want to tell them no because you can't got. Its going to take a while fo you to get it. So if you go this week, you may or may not have it by May.
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