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Monday morning, I staggered downstairs after my Patient Husband had gone to work and found Kiddos 1, 2 and 3 already awake. As I made breakfast, Kiddo#1 told me, “My plan worked!” Um…what plan? “I set my watch alarm for … Continue reading
For starters, I do not recommend doing this. I do recommend looking at it, but I don’t recommend doing it. It’s highly unprofessional. It may burn your bridges forever. It may even be considered slander. But… But wow, was it … Continue reading
Here’s a list of some charitable organizations that are reaching out right now, in material ways, to those affected by the Gulf oil disaster. Please consider helping out if possible, and of course prayers too for those who are right … Continue reading
Yesterday I mentioned weeding, and how my son thought it would take a decade to finish the job. Kiddo#1 (and Kiddo#4) are currently enamored with outer space, and so I’ve been paying attention to things like Mars and Jupiter a … Continue reading
Gary Corby (blog here, website about upcoming book here) asked me to blog this method of finding 4-leaf clovers, which works phenomenally well for Kiddo#1 (he found 80 of them the first summer he tried it) and marginally well for … Continue reading
“Mom,” said Kiddo#1, “what are the rules for writing a rough draft?” He asked this, presumably, because he needs to write the rough draft of that horrible science fair project about which he’s already wound tighter than my violin’s E … Continue reading
I’m reposting this with permission of Petra (who wrote it) from one of my online groups. I’ve got two reasons: one, it’s important information, and two, I’m still feeling under the weather and a guest-post is a good way to … Continue reading
One of the benefits of writing a weblog is that I control what window you have of my life. For example, you can’t see my messy house. Nor am I brave enough to be like those who take photos and … Continue reading
“Are you an engineer?” he asked, interrupting his own train of thought. My neighborhood is in a tizzy: the Powers That Be in Angelborough held a secret town planning commission meeting and failed to take a vote, but recorded the … Continue reading