What is Zhazha?

Yes. I am definitely zhazha.

It’s something our then 4-year-old Nia would ask her 1-year-old brother when he did something silly. “Nate, are you zhazha? Are you zhazha?” He would usually reply with an angry, “No!” Now, more than three years later, Nate will still give us that same response.

I think he’s right. I’m pretty sure I am the most zhazha one of the family.

A little background about who I am: I’m a used-to-be journalist, a years-ago Army wife, a worrier, a mom, a web worker, a runner, a wannabe writer and a wine and beer partaker. I also like turtles. No, really, I do. See:

Meet Clark

Meet Clark

 


*This blog is a hodge-podge collection of my thoughts and personal/ family experiences. It’s written as a journal and a way to keep in touch with long-distance family and friends. My thoughts and opinions on this blog are my own and should not/do not reflect on/represent my employer.

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2 Responses to “What is Zhazha?”

  1. Andrew June 21, 2010 at 8:40 am #

    I cannot tell you how happy I am that you are writing frequently again. I love reading your stories (even though I lived most of them with you) because you make me understand what your views and thoughts of our shared (or my missed) experiences are in such a way that I feel like I was there or I lived it again.

    I love you,
    Andrew

  2. Anna Dove July 28, 2010 at 4:52 pm #

    I am only submitting a comment so that I get updates via my e-mail…given my on-going “hatred” for Facebook :9
    I hope that says enough about how I enjoy your writing.
    Anna Marie

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