Monthly Archives: May 2018

Feeling Glad

My oldest is working in a department store for the summer and it’s been an eye opener for her.  We took advantage of 50 cent Frosties last night and while enjoying them, our eldest was talking about her job experiences.  … Continue reading

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Every Day Life

The end of the school year brings a lot of stuff with it.  This year was the second in a row with an open house.  DS is more than ready for the end of the year but has three more … Continue reading

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Cleaning

A few friends of mine are on missions of purging in their homes, and it got me looking around the house a bit more critically.  Things are a bit torn up right now with remodeling, but still I have seen … Continue reading

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Back to Writing

My eldest is not likely to get a summer job at this point, unless it falls out of the sky and into her lap.  She submitted four applications, indicating that she preferred not to work weekends, and to my knowledge … Continue reading

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Just Tired

The open house is over and now recovery begins.  The turnout was light, but for my anxiety child that was a positive thing.  A friend of hers came toward the end and they just chatted the last of the time … Continue reading

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Open House

This weekend is the open house for DD2, and baking has begun.  I had forgotten how much work it takes to make rolls for an open house.  It takes forever.  This is the first open house for our church this … Continue reading

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