Monthly Archives: July 2007

My Quest to Find My Feet

“Weight issues” it sounds ominous. It needs to sound more interesting so that I don’t get bored and give up (again). Odyssey….I like that word, it sounds like an adventure or an extended quest for something wonderful. Quest is a … Continue reading

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Chasing Down School Busses

It’s that time of year again. The time when hours (ok, maybe it’s actually days or weeks) are spent pouring over curriculum magazines and web sites. The excitement of starting fresh, implementing new things, and the desire to improve my … Continue reading

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Playing Catchup

This weekend was very busy and somehow it overflowed its business into my week! On Friday Hubby and I (and the Gremlin) went out to a very fancy steak and seafood place to celebrate our 16th wedding anniversary. Wow, that’ll … Continue reading

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On my last Nerve

I had some dental work done last week. NOT cosmetic, this was a must-do type of thing, otherwise I wouldn’t have gone. I detest people messing with my teeth! Feeling like a sheep led to slaughter I settled myself into … Continue reading

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One on One with the Gremlin

Wow, it’s odd to have only one child in the house! It’s also harder to keep him entertained without the siblings around. The Gremlin is cracking me up! He keeps telling me stories about different things that happened on his … Continue reading

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Who Asked YOU?

Hubby’s folks came down to drop off the Gremlin and stay with us for a week and it just FLEW by! They left yesterday with the Imp and Sarge. The Imp started getting “nervous” about going, but she was fine … Continue reading

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Old Men and Worms

The Gremlin spent a bit of time fishing with Gump and the cousins’ grandpa. They taught him to bait a hook and the other intricacies of fishing. The Gremlin likes to fish, but does not like decapitated worms. Trying to … Continue reading

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