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Loner Interlude: An Egg Party

”But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked. “Oh, you can’t help that,” said the Cat: “We’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.” “How do you know I’m mad?” said Alice.

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Why My Son Uses Frowned Upon Language

When my son was about two, he sat in my Pastor’s house, happily building with blocks in the middle of the living room floor. My husband and I were friends with the pastor and his wife Lori, because she said we had to be. 1,131 more words


zoo, visiting friends, vacation take-aways

Today was gloriously beautiful. We went to the zoo in the morning to meet up with friends, and I actually got a sunburn which is keeping me toasty at the moment. 628 more words

Being a Mom

All day long:

“I miss the girls.” (My kids)

As soon as we’re home:

“Knock it off! Be quiet! I’m on the phone! Eat your dinner!” 6 more words

a shift in perspective

One of my purposes in blogging is to record my daily life, to have a place to reflect and remember. Now that some of my kids are grown, I see how fast the time went, the days that turned into years. 933 more words

Personal Growth

Setting Up Your Dietary Choices for ADHD

Our nine year old has ADHD. When I first heard the diagnosis six years ago I cried, like a lot of parents do. It’s not becauase my child has a “condition”. 308 more words