Rambling On...




Part 2 of 7 in the series distracted by haiku

mind jumping around

serial uni-tasking

need to stay focused

Photo credit: Nina Matthews Photography


Part 4 of 7 in the series distracted by haiku

stuck inside the house

too confused to get away

not living the dream

Photo credit: Karen M. Hillman

first step

Part 5 of 7 in the series distracted by haiku

so much work to do

a thousand steps to get there

start with the first one

Photo credit: James Handlon

doing it wrong

Part 6 of 7 in the series distracted by haiku

working at all hours

highly marketable skills

still hard to get by

Photo credit: tomatokisses

Interview on Laravel News

I got interviewed on Laravel News


I got interviewed by Eric Barnes on Laravel News about the Baltimore Laravel group and other web development related things

Mother’s Day Wish

Wish I could take your pain away Wish I could take you out in the sunny day Wish I could make you stronger So you could come home for longer Wish I could hurt instead of you I’d give anything… Continue Reading →


Craziest year ever. Not even sure what to write about it. 2014 looks to be more of the same. So many things. K’s dad. I hope he has a better 2014 than 2013. Same with K and her mom and… Continue Reading →

Happy 10th Anniversary WordPress!

WordPress will be 10 years old on May 27th, 2013. Hard to believe it has been so long! Dougal Campbell had a great idea to start the WordPress 10th Anniversary Blogging Project. I have been using WordPress since v 0.71 and… Continue Reading →

2012: The Highlights

If I had to pick one word to describe 2012, it would be ‘busy’. If I had to pick 2 words, they would be ‘too busy’. Living in Baltimore is very busy. I don’t think I will ever get used… Continue Reading →

Autism Is Gray

Once again, it is Autistics Speaking Day. I want to write a post about the positive aspects of autism, but at the moment, it is hard. It has been almost 8 years since I found out that I was autistic…. Continue Reading →

Unsolicited advice to NTs out there with partners on the spectrum considering a giant life change

By Karen Hillman Note from LB: This article was originally published on the Autism Women’s Network website and is reprinted with permission from the author. It is about Karen’s and my move here last year from Oakland, CA. We are both still learning to… Continue Reading →

One day I woke up and I was 45…

I remember when I was younger, thinking that 45 was very old. The past few days, I have been thinking about what it means to ‘get old’. Is 45 old? 40? 65? 85? Does it matter? I don’t think it… Continue Reading →

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