Leslie Nord's Random Thoughts on Friends, Family and Life

I never was much of a writer - more like a rambler that easily get's lost in a tangent. My blog lets me go out on those tangents any time I want to. So remember, life is like a roller coaster: sit down and hang on. Sometimes you'll want to scream, sometimes you'll puke, but give it a chance and you'll find it can be a lot of fun.

Leslie Nord's Random Thoughts on Friends, Family and Life

I never was much of a writer - more like a rambler that easily get's lost in a tangent. My blog lets me go out on those tangents any time I want to. So remember, life is like a roller coaster: sit down and hang on. Sometimes you'll want to scream, sometimes you'll puke, but give it a chance and you'll find it can be a lot of fun.

Month: May 2005

May 29, 2005

Things to do

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the things I’d still like to do in life. It’s more a wish list, a daydream, but a girl can hope. Lately at the top of the list has been a trip to Rome. I suppose that has been influenced by where I work at during the day. […]

May 28, 2005

Holiday Weekend?

Holiday for whom? The original plan was to go to Tennessee for the weekend – but fell through. Since I had already requested to take Friday off, I went ahead and took it. But then so did over half my office. I told the boss he could call me if he needed me. I was […]

May 21, 2005

NYC Sociology Lab

Okay, so once I got to NYC I did enjoy myself. New York City is a people watchers “candy store”. I could have stood, sat or even walked to watch the people of NYC. There is such diversity there. Watching an Indian woman in her saree passing next to a Hassidic Jew The sites, the […]

May 14, 2005

New York City!

I suppose I should be excited about going to the Big Apple. I do miss traveling, but it’s a business trip and I’m not even sure what I’m supposed to get out of it. It’s very doubtful that any of the leading edge technology for streaming media will be implemented at the day job. That’s […]

May 12, 2005

The Joiner by The Rationalizer

As promised, I said I would delve into something that stuck in my head – “always the joiner.” I wonder in what context I should take that. I’ve been trying to reflect back on what I’m joined over the past years. Three years out of high school, I joined the Air Force and went into […]

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