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Stories from a working mom who is often overwhelmed by it all, but wouldn't miss a minute of it. It's about getting the kids to school on time, making it to work without gum in my hair and paying the bills before the shut off notice arrives.

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  • Let's Play A Fun Game of Touch the Sink
    on Mar 11, 2011
    A curious game that my children enjoy is one known as "Touch the Sink."  This game only works if one child has an unhealthy fear of germs and in my family, that fear is alive and well.  My daughter is a true germaphobe and has developed ver...
  • Homey the Autocrat
    on Mar 6, 2011
    Many a stray animal has sought refuge at our home and while some are simply passing through, others tend to stay for a while.  The latest addition to the clan is Bella, the lab that nobody noticed was pregnant until suddenly there were eight dog...
  • Look Mom.... No Cavities
    on Feb 20, 2011
    While shopping for linens and boring my children to tears, they managed to find creative things to occupy their time.   Who knew of the fun that was to be had at the 90% off clearance table. I was happy going about my business of comparing threa...
  • Busting Right Through the Language Barrier
    on Feb 7, 2011
    A recent opportunity surfaced that allowed me to use the Rosetta Stonelanguage series for free. Dozens of languages were only a click awayfrom my attempts at mastery and perhaps I could use them if I ever traveled the world.  While I had already...
  • Southern Boys and Their Toys
    on Feb 3, 2011
    Recipe for Disaster... or maybe not....Ingredients....  Southern boys, too much time on their hands, a dark summer night, and a bag of fireworks.Mix well and get the following video.  Watch closely for the faint glow of two lighters, the so...
  • Nocturnal Stirrings of Mice and Men
    on Feb 1, 2011
    It's unusually cold in the South and terribly dreary out. I haven't seen the sun in days and it's feeling a bit medieval out there.  I find myself wrapping in cloaks and scarves and layers of clothes to fight off the cold.  W...
  • I May Have Left A Lung On the Mountain
    on Jan 16, 2011
    I've been to the mountain and back and all future vacations will be at sea level where oxygen is plentiful and nothing more then shorts and a t-shirt are needed.  I had grandiose plans of taking the family to the Rocky Mountains for a little fun...
  • Unexpected Friends
    on Jan 16, 2011
      Wolf!!!!   No.... This is my backyard where Randi Hope and Jaci are checking out the new snowfall.  In an earlier post, "Hope Comes in Many Forms" I told the story of how Randi Hope came to be.  This is simply a quick updat...
  • Lions and Lambs.....Deer and Dogs
    on Jan 15, 2011
      Wolf!!!!   No.... This is my backyard where Randi Hope and Jaci are checking out the new snowfall.  In an earlier post, "Hope Comes in Many Forms" I told the story of how Randi Hope came to be.  This is simply a quick updat...
  • Tiny Snowflakes and Quilted Goodness
    on Jan 11, 2011
    Southern Snow!  Nothing is more exciting than the possibility of snow in the southern Delta.   Moms race to the grocery store to stock up on bread and milk so they are prepared should the seventh seal be opened or we are snowed in for more...
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