Monthly Archives: January 2017

I Finished a Project!

Friday night I decided to get with it and pulled out a project I started many months ago: a rug for DD1 to take to college, made from two old sets of flannel sheets.  All of the girls’ sheets gave … Continue reading

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Falling Apart

My son came home from school yesterday and paused at the door.  I found him hunched over and examining his shoe.  The sole was half detached, the other shoe was coming apart at the toe, and both were ripped inside.  … Continue reading

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Snow Days

This is our third snow day since last Tuesday.  Add to that the fact that my two public school kids had yesterday off.  DD2 didn’t mind going to her vet class, and it was probably good for her to be … Continue reading

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Planning

This is something I do a lot.  It can drive DH nuts how much I plan, and the kiddos have teased me about it here and there.  Planning ahead is something I enjoy, and it often ends up saving us … Continue reading

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Savoring the Moment

DD2, my sensory challenged child, who (this past October) had to leave the PSAT before it began due to anxiety, has placed high enough in a regional competition to go on to the state-wide competition. This is a BIG DEAL! … Continue reading

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