Monthly Archives: November 2018

Preparations

December begins tomorrow and the holiday began over a week ago.  I did partake of some minor Black Friday shopping.  I’m not the die-hard, plan of action in hand kind of person when it comes to Black Friday.  There have … Continue reading

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Catching Up

I’ve been trying to ‘catch up’ on housework and projects for years now.  I’m always staring down a to-do list of one kind or another.  That might lead you to think I spend my days fretting over the lists.  I … Continue reading

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An Unbreakable Christmas

The other day, DH and I were talking about Christmas and the fact we can’t decorate the tree all the way down this year, with young kittens.  We decided to leave the bottom row or two of branches off of … Continue reading

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Looking for Closure

I wrote a letter to send to my daughter’s former teacher, wanting to have her hear our side of everything that happened as a result of her actions with my daughter.  DH pointed out that sending this letter would lead … Continue reading

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First Time Voter, Long Time Fear

My eldest had her first vote back in August, and today was DD2’s turn to vote for the first time. This morning I was walking her through the voting process and I saw a frozen look of panic on her … Continue reading

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Back to Teaching

Following my son’s evaluation results, I called the recommended tutoring center.  We played some phone tag, finally connected, then I found that they don’t offer tutoring for writing organization.  They mostly handle dyslexia as it pertains to reading.  Well, DS … Continue reading

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