Monthly Archives: May 2016

This and That

Today I bought the year’s supply of hot dogs and got them into the freezer.  In May for at least the past few years, Gordon Food Supply has had packs of Ball Park Beef franks for 12.99.  The regular size … Continue reading

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Frustrated With Mom

I spoke with my mom today about our up-coming zip line outing.  While talking, I mentioned that we still have plans to meet at a zoo and feed giraffes later in the summer.  She says that she’s planning to have … Continue reading

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Getting it off My Chest

This post will not be politically correct.  I’m not planning to be rude to anyone, I just want to voice my concern for my children without worrying about my wording or other people’s feelings.  This is about my children. Today, … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

For the first time that I can remember, I had a nice Mother’s Day.  That sounds cynical, but it’s true.  Normally, none of my children (or DH) acknowledge that it IS Mother’s Day, and the first person to wish me … Continue reading

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Thankfulness

Plans for the week went off the rails when my car was hit by a car that was rear-ended.  No one in any of the three cars was hurt, and my car still runs but has no driver side turn … Continue reading

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Plugging Along

I looked through my lesson plans for DD2 and realized that there are only six weeks left of school.  Wow.  She’ll be finished before that, though.  I always let her work ahead at her own pace those last three weeks … Continue reading

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