Monthly Archives: November 2013

Kindergarten Kids – A Whole Week of Vacation?

Problem:  When we were kids, I had Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday off for Thanksgiving. That’s reasonable, right? One wouldn’t really question that. That’s pretty much what the work world does, too. Well, thank goodness for me, I had a chat … Continue reading

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Your Selfies Tell the Story of You

Internet, can we just have one thing? Can’t we just do one trend without talking it to death, dissecting every side, defending, offending, attacking, contemplating, etc.? Must we intellectualize everything? Well, truth be told, I don’t mind discussing every tiny … Continue reading

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Kindergarten Kids – Don’t Try to Be Your Own Friend

Problem: These kids get everything. They get TV time, video game time, coloring time, outside time, board game time, time to use their imaginations, time to read, time to play, you facilitate their every fun loving moment. And yet they’re … Continue reading

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My Kids Are Not the Center of My World, and Yet I Still Somehow Manage Not to Be a Complete Jerk

What did she say? Yeah, you read that right. (I’ll also not stop here and put a disclaimer in about how this post is a rant and all over the place because 1) this is the internet and duh, and … Continue reading

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Recipe Monday – Easy Fajitas

I have a complicated fajita recipe I love, but this one does the trick in one-third the time! 2 red bell peppers or 2 green bell peppers, cut into strips (or one each)1 small onion, sliced3 cloves garlic, finely chopped1 … Continue reading

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Moment of the Week – Halloween

The girls had a great Halloween, this year. Here are some of the pictures!                    

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