Monthly Archives: November 2017

BACK TO SCHOOL?

A friend recently suggested that, now that my youngest has graduated from homeschool and is attending college, I should go back to college, too, and finish my degree. Hmmm…. I don’t want a college degree for the sake of a … Continue reading

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IRONMOM

In my family, we have this peculiar tendency to hold onto STUFF. Outgrown clothing, old junk mail, bits and pieces of wood and pipe (Might be useful for a project someday!), out-of-date mail-order catalogs, dried up markers, cords to long-gone … Continue reading

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LET’S PLAY!

This picture of my son Thomas was taken when he was on vacation with friends during a college break. A grown man, and a warrior at that, building castles in the sand. Ever since Tom could walk, he has been … Continue reading

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I DIDN’T KNOW WHAT I WAS MISSING

My youngest’s sweetheart returned home last weekend after six l-o-n-g months of military training. My daughter held up pretty well during the separation. Or so I thought. She has been singing for five days. Did she always used to laugh … Continue reading

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