Monthly Archives: March 2015

Day 31

31 days ago I (we) made a commitment to write a slice of our daily lives every day for the month. Today is day 31. Throughout this new journey and personal challenge I took on, I’ve experienced a variety of … Continue reading

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Footprints

When people ask me how many kids I have, I tell them 2. I have a 14 yr. old boy and 12 yr. old girl.┬áThis wasn’t always my answer. 17 yrs. ago I was towards the end of a normal, … Continue reading

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Stinky feet

This slice was not an idea I came up with myself. It’s compliments of my son Ryan. He thought he was being funny in his old age of 14, as he was taking off his shoes and socks and said, … Continue reading

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You’re there for me

As a kid, you took me where I needed to go, You made sure I had what I needed, We had dinner together every night You took me to school everyday and carted me around to whatever activity I was … Continue reading

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How do you keep things straight?

How does one keep a weekly, and sometimes daily schedule straight? What techniques, ideas, formats do people use? The most commonly used schedule keeper is a calendar. Now this comes in various formats. You have calendars you can hang on … Continue reading

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Coaches

This is all about summer volunteer coaches…in particular my daughter’s softball coaches…Not sure where to start with this one, but here it goes… Tonight Taylor had one of her two normally scheduled practices. Not a problem. We even got there … Continue reading

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Today it Became Real

Today when I got home from work, I was greeted by one of my dogs. My husband was upstairs working. Ryan was in his room talking to a friend. Taylor was in her room face timing a friend from school … Continue reading

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