Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
This is attempt #3 at this blogging thing; it takes practice and perseverance for sure.
My name is Lesley, and this is my ordinary journey. My life is by no means exciting or extraordinary. I’m a pretty basic gal, and this will be a pretty basic site. I have a family. I have been married since May 1994 (you do the math). We have a daughter and a son.
In addition to being a wife and a mother, I also work. I’m not a work-aholic by any strech, but I do hold down a “9-5″. I’m not management anymore and I don’t have to worry about other people’s screw ups, so my new motto is, “Not my problem”.
In my spare time I go to school. I am currently (September 2008) a senior at George Mason university. Ok, so I don’t have spare time, but I wish I did. In the time that I’m slacking off from work, school and family I play computer games. But not just any computer games, I play the World of Warcraft. I’m about as addicted as one can be to that wonderful “little” MMORPG. Oh, did I mention I’m a tech geek?
So welcome to my Ordinary Journey into being a working wife/mother/WoW playing/geek/senior!
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