Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Hi! I'm Mrs. Chicky

Yep, that's me. I'm Mrs. C, damn good to meet you. I blog anonymously to save myself from being found out through any embarrassing Google searches, like "going gray down there". Not sure I need my in-laws to know that much about me. Plus it gives me the opportunity to trash my soul sucking bosses whenever the spirit moves me without fear of being Dooced.

Chicky, Mr. C and I live just East of Worcester, at the very edge of Metro West, but to our Boston area friends we may as well live out in Nebraska. What you city dwellers have against crossing 128 I'll never know. It's not that far west, really.

(Those of you in the Boston area are shaking your heads right now. Don't think I don't know.)

Anyhoo... Chicky, my one and only, just turned two and I've been blogging for most of her life to keep myself from going insane. Oh, I'm still going nuts from this SAHM thing, but blogging makes the descent more interesting. I've "met" some really great people on line and, so far, I've had the pleasure of meeting Cape Buffalo face to face. I'm really looking forward to the possibility of meeting more of you in person!

So, what's your story?


Rock the Cradle said...

I hear you on the descent into "nuts".

Going from a career where you're competent and productive and you actually know what you're doing to...well, you know.

The creative juices. They are vital.
So is a good scotch, every once in a while.

Mrs Big Dubya said...

I can totally relate. Igrew up on the south shore..... you'd think you needed a passport for those north shore people to make their way down to see us (Cape Buffalo excluded, she always comes when we ask).

Great idea for a blog!

Binky said...

Hi, Mrs. Chicky! (said with AA-meeting gusto)

Thanks for making this regional networking blog happen. Hopefully we can all meet up soon.

Fairly Odd Mother said...

I hear you on the 'WHERE do you live" response. I'm not in your area, but I sometimes feel like Bostonians would need to pack a suitcase to get out this far.

Whirlwind said...

"Like they say if you can't get there in 15 minute's it's not worth going." I never understood that mentality!

Kris said...

Wow, look at this NE Mama blog! Where have I been??

My husband's from Oxford, and we lived in Worcester for five years, before moving to Framingham (hate) then back to my stomping grounds on the North Shore.

So, anyway, I've crossed 128 enough times that I'm finally comfortable with it. ;) Have to laugh about Mrs. Dubya's south shore comment -- so true!