Monthly Archives: May, 2011

Remembering The Good Ol’ Days

  By most standards I have a stellar memory:  I remember friends from elementary school, I remember people I’ve met only once or twice and whatever details of their lives they’ve shared with me, I remember what I was wearing the day I met my future husband (a celery green cotton sweater and matching green …

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Can We Do This Without The Hype?

  Before I launch into what to some will no doubt seem like an Anti-Mother’s-Day speel, let me first say that I do “like” the concept of Mother’s Day.  Sort of.  I like being appreciated for my efforts (which on some days require herculean emotional and physical exursion) to rear my children in such a way …

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I Need A Clue

   Last week at church we decided to let our 11 year old daughter attend the children’s church.  This is the first time in years that we’ve had our kids attend any kind of church program separate from the adults and  I stayed with her for awhile to make sure she was settled and comfortable and …

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