I have always said good people hardly ever run for public office, and why would they, considering all of the scrutiny, partisan politics and personal attacks that are endured by a candidate or office holder on a daily basis? Well, unless you are Barack Obama and immune to any form of criticism! That said, even though politics is a blood sport, when an elected official … Continue reading House of Cards
Starting to get crazy around here again as session is looming! Last week, my Senator had some colleagues over to our house for an event. They stayed until 11:00 pm talking in my kitchen, which makes for one tired momma! I’m glad they like each other though because I think it makes their job down at the capitol a tad more user friendly. Maybe. Continue reading And, they’re off!
So much has happened this legislative session! It is amazing how much can happen in a few short months. Some good, some bad and some ugly all mixed together. One of the happy highlights for me is when my Senator invites his colleagues over for a casual home-cooked dinner. He has done it twice this session and he did it again a few weeks ago. … Continue reading A few weeks ago…
I am cooking for the Senator and his friends tomorrow night which means that I am cooking and cleaning for the Senator and his friends today. This is really one of my favorite things that the Senator has done throughout his tenure and I have written about it before HERE. Always a different group and bipartisan of course, so naturally they are always messing with … Continue reading Dinner
So, the Senator and I had a mini-date night last night watching the New Hampshire primary returns and the victory speeches of the Republican Presidential candidates. I know, we are weird like that. Anyway, I quickly snatched the paper napkin out from under his cup and wrote down my thoughts at the time. Here they are: Ann Romney. Wow. I like you. You have … Continue reading Live Free or Die
Hi there. I’d like to reintroduce myself to the blogosphere. I am a Senator’s Wife. I have two children and they keep my busy. I volunteer during my free time for this non-profit organization. I used to enjoy blogging about politics and life and some of what I see being married to a public servant. But life is hectic and busy and sometimes I just … Continue reading Hello World
Dear John, It is no secret that I have taken a liking to you. After all, I have written you several letters expressing my sentiments concerning the state of our nation and complimented you on the job you are doing as Speaker. I don’t typically do that sort of thing. However, this morning I read an article that focused on the resignation of one of … Continue reading Dear John