Monthly Archives: December 2015

After the Ball is Over

All of the gatherings are finished and the kids have finally gotten all of their gifts to their rooms.  Holiday treats still fill the counter.  MIL brought three kinds of cookies and two tins of hard rock candy and left … Continue reading

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Wrapping Things Up

Yesterday finished the bi-annual dental cleanings for the kids.  Their appointments were all on different days, which was okay with me because they’re all in different school buildings so this way got them each back to school as quickly as … Continue reading

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Revising the Plans

I’m bummed.  This year I won’t be able to go shopping on December 26.  We’ll be at my Mom’s with family.  Hmm…now how do I get the good deals I count on each year?  I’m hoping that the store I … Continue reading

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Wondering about the Future

This time of year is always difficult for my sensory child, now 15.  The past few weeks of home school have had me ready to tear my hair out, yet thankful that she’s not in public school.  I remember the … Continue reading

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