Monthly Archives: January 2019

Writing Class

My middle child, DD2, is taking an informal creative writing class.  Tonight is the third of four classes.  She’s been doing pretty well, wearing her worry stone to a nib and bouncing her knee a good share of the two … Continue reading

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Taken Care Of

My son is now out of welding.  It took an unanswered email, an unanswered phone message, a couple of attempts to call the counselor (he never picks up his phone), and then a visit to the school. That was interesting. … Continue reading

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A Good Start

Today I entered my closet and came out with a bag of clothing, a pair of shoes, and two pair of slippers to pitch.  I’ll admit that I took the buttons off of the shirts.  They were just too old … Continue reading

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Tidying

As always, I’m working on tidying my house.  I have yet to achieve my desired state of tidiness, but to me it’s most important that I simply keep working toward the goal.  After all, even if I reach my ideal … Continue reading

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