About

IMG_0607Once upon a time, I was a suit.  A management consultant.  That’s the MBA your company hires to come in and tell you how to do your job.

I was a very good suit, and for a long time, I was a very happy one. Then I had my son, and my universe tilted on its side.

So, I left work to manage my family, and now that I’ve figured out my son won’t spontaneously combust without my constant supervision (in other words, he’s in high school and doesn’t want to see me unless I have food or car keys in my hands), can return to managing my own life.  I always said that I’d write if I had all the time in the world.  Since I never will, I decided now might be good enough.

Thanks for visiting my cafe — Come back again soon.  The eleventh cup is on me.

Jeannine Bergers Everett

You can contact me at mobyjoecafe@gmail.com

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7 comments on “About

  1. Veronica Roth says:

    Oh, I loved reading this post Jeannine. Robert, my partner races his one-off, experimental, turbo driven bike at over 200mph! (He designs high performance race engines) I’m not comfy with that either. He’s an extremely good driver but a bit of an adrenaline junkie. When I try to talk to him about this he reminds me that I told him I shouldn’t be able to kill myself in my glider because you glide 15 ft for every foot you drop. (What? I thought it was sensible) Oh…life…marriage…adrenaline!

  2. Michele says:

    I nominated your blog for the “Sunshine Award.” Thanks for spreading sunshine to me and to others: http://michelewhitney.wordpress.com/2012/05/30/the-sunshine-award/

  3. sandraconner says:

    I just discovered your site. It’s delightful. I’ll come back and visit again when I have more time. Keep up the great work.

  4. Candace Knoebel says:

    Hello! I’ve nominated you for the Lucky 7 MeMe award. Have a great day!

  5. Joda Coolidge says:

    Jeannine- this is great!! i love the way you write. what a gift. it was such a joy connecting with you at the party. would love to meet and follow-up on some of the things we talked about. joda

  6. Jennifer Butler Basile says:

    You describe the freeing effects of having a child so well. And it’s refreshing to see that side of it – because all too often we tend to dwell on all those other effects of parenthood, don’t we?

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