Inspiration

We first started gathering for The Sweet and Sour Hour to exclaim the triumphs and deride the tribulations working in a company that we loved and hated. As that point in time has passed, our conversations changed. The technical, philosophical, personal content our conversations all help us cope with our modern life.

We believe that our eclectic points of view balance and give perspective on a variety of sweet and sour things that catch our attention. Our different locations bring a national if not global notion of problem solving and an eye to keeping it all in perspective. We’ve seen each other through career changes, cross country moves, international travels, intrigues, creations, loves, marriages, births, deaths, recessions, depressions, triumphs, spelling errors…the general flow of modern life. We are better for our relationship.

Our hope for this effort is simple. That we will end up with a living blog. One that will provide perspective and keep us inspiring each other.

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About Molly

A disquiet mind leaks into the electronic data superhighway. I am a consultant, chemist, MBA and more.
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One Response to Inspiration

  1. Mary says:

    A reminiscence from the peanut gallery. I have such fond memories of those after work visits at Bev’s. I’d swear that’s the first place I ever had a Barbera; and I’m still holding out hope that I’ll eventually either find a recipe, or figure out how to duplicate, the mushroom paté that was part of the cheese plate. Really pleasant evenings. Some grousing about management — mostly observations of irony (it was *not* ‘Bitter Hour’, after all); no one ever getting stupid-drunk. We were so grown up, and yet still managed to vent enough that none of us would ever strip down, paint ourselves blue and ascend a flagpole with a high-power rifle. Pretty perfect, actually.

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