Monthly Archives: March 2018

Square One

My child has been doing great- venturing away from the house, being more social, less anxious, etc.; it is a true transformation! Going to school isn’t a battle, homework is less of a struggle and for the most part, the … Continue reading

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Heinz 57

It is amazing to me that ketchup took until the 2013-ish for the lid to be the bottom. Next came shampoo- so that no longer do we need to waste the water while trying to get the last of the … Continue reading

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Save The Date

The other day, my cousin’s Save the Date arrived- it was a photo magnet of the date, and in small font it said, “formal invitation to follow.” Hubby and I haven’t been to many weddings, and it had been years- … Continue reading

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Forest Rump

The day after The Dump, I put on my sneakers and went for a walk. 8 miles later, I came home. I did that every day- walking up to 10 miles. It was as if the chains of motherhood were gone. … Continue reading

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Forest Dump

The day my kids left for the summer, I immediately came home and entered their rooms. With a bounce in my step, I was free to toss their saved artwork from 2007 as well as their pile of half-used notebooks. … Continue reading

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So Many Choices

Whilst visiting NY with my youngest, we dined at a very prestigious mall. Four stories of marble and the trendiest of stores AND very clean! They truly had everything and more that our mall doesn’t have- three different bins for … Continue reading

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Haters Backoff

Anyone who thinks I may have exaggerated the piano playing- this started at 11:30 am

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Score One For The Gipper

To clarify, it’s not that I dislike hearing my kids nor husband play on the piano. I like it, and sometimes a lot. But could you imagine hearing the same song being practiced and played by three people- over and … Continue reading

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The Piano

Two of my children play the piano- per their father’s request. And while they originally started and stopped, they have been going strong for a few years now. That being said, practicing the piano can be somewhat of a challenge. … Continue reading

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Funky Old Medina

I’ve noticed two things as I’ve aged- if I don’t constantly sit on a “Lazy Susan” rotating in the sunlight, I will miss that lone dark piece of hair that looks like it has been trying to signal for help….and when I’m … Continue reading

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