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Monthly Archives: March 2011
As I write this my husband and daughter are still planning on heading to Japan next Thursday. Since 3/11 we have been glued to the TV and internet trying to sort through the news and mis-information that has been thrown at us. … Continue reading
In exactly two weeks from today my husband and 13-year-old daughter have tickets to fly to Tokyo, Japan. They have been planning this trip since last summer. The itinerary includes 3 days in Tokyo (Hotel is paid for already) then south … Continue reading
I love this concept. As the mother of 2 daughters this doesn’t actually happen very often. Yesterday I discovered the power of earplugs and music turned up on my laptop. This worked really well until my husband politely knocked on … Continue reading
Something I need to remind myself of, because it IS a wonderful world we live in. Happy Tuesday everyone.
Not planning on rocking anyone’s world with this blog but one never knows. I am mostly hoping to find inspriation and ideas through folks who may (or may not, read what I have to say-I am a notorious skimmer). Some times I will … Continue reading
Lunch with Suzanne Brockman would be amazing she seems like someone I could talk to for hours. Hands down, in the past year or so she has managed to help me change my family life and challenge myself to snap … Continue reading