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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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Continuing

My middle child has Sensory Processing Disorder, and it brought anxiety along for the ride.  She just turned 18, and I mentioned that she could register to vote.  Fear swept over her eyes.  She has a partially finished job application … Continue reading

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The First Graduation

My oldest has now graduated from high school.  On Friday she turned 18, got her driver’s license, and graduated.  On Saturday she had her open house.  On Sunday she had her church graduation service.  She was completely done with it … Continue reading

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I Can Breathe (For Now)

The SAT is over and DD2 completed it.  Now, for 99.9% of the population, this is not a triumph, just another day in the life of a high school junior.  I was praying a lot from the time I dropped … Continue reading

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Frugal Christmas

A few weeks ago my oldest was teasing me about my preparations when it comes to vacations. (Yes, I will get to frugal Christmas!) “You measure out ingredients and put things into individual bags!”  To which I replied with a … Continue reading

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Life After a Death

Right now I’m working on getting ‘back to normal’.  After being on hospice for three months and battling breast cancer for eight years, my sister passed away.  DH and I have been essentially holding our breath for three months.  For … Continue reading

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A Little of Everything

It seems as if every time I find a hidden gem it turns out some hidden GPS signal triggers and a horde of other people are there the next time I return.  My favorite Amish scratch and dent store, perfect … Continue reading

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