Monthly Archives: April 2012

SQUIRREL!

I was working with my gardener Federico when I noticed what I thought was a dead grey squirrel curled up near the compost pile. “Look at that,” I said, “A dead squirrel, can you get rid of it?” The squirrel … Continue reading

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Jewish Mothers of Technology

Here is a post I wrote for the Jewish Women’s Archive last week. I have been watching the tech revolution from a cozy perch in the Tramiel family since 1983, and I have decided that the difference between a tech … Continue reading

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Celebrating Women, Erma and Humility

I’ve just come back from the Erma Bombeck Writers Workshop. It was a wonderful weekend. I came away empowered, excited, and with a new perspective.  Erma was the first mom blogger–I ran around in high school thinking that I would … Continue reading

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In the news, for the worst reason, my beloved father-in-law

If you know me in the real world, you know my father in law was famous at one time. Or maybe you don’t know.  Well, my father in law—I called him Dad, since my own father died in 1975–was Jack … Continue reading

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