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By the time you’re reading this, I’m officially in an office.  Right now, I’m probably desperately trying to catch on.  I’m probably worried about finding the bathroom or how to get more coffee into my system.  I was so happy that Carmen and her family were able to visit before today.  I adore her entire clan.  I wish we […]

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I sort feel tapped out on the Words Department.  I got nothing, so I’ll keep it simple.  This was a random Saturday.  The boys made a fort and played on the iPod.  I met a friend out for lunch and got something from a faraway friend.  I forced a twin photo and drank lots of […]

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Here’s a little fact I’ve left off the blog: we’ve got a buyer for our old house!  I didn’t want to jinx it, and then things went wonky.  We were lucky to get some extra drama with the Sale.  We’re still heading towards a closing date which is exciting, but my fingers stay crossed all […]

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I decided to do January’s 10 on 10 shoot on the very last day of 2013.  We haven’t done the sequins, suits, dancing, and drinks with pals route in forever.  A very small part of me misses it, but a huge part of me just doesn’t care any longer.  I love our friends and someday […]

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We’re still putting a house together, but Christmas doesn’t know that.  I’m trying to organize clutter, but seasonal stuff has to be unpacked.  I’m never a fan of putting up the tree.  Only thing worse?  Taking it down.  But on Dec. 1, it was all about putting it up.  I won’t get ahead of myself. […]

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This is a piss poor Gratitude post.  But I guess it’s fitting because it’s about my parents.  As a parent you spend most of your parenthood bemoaning the fact that your kids don’t appreciate you.  I’ve done it a million times already and my kids are only 4 and 7.  I should be writing and […]

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We moved the week of Halloween.  I really wanted to make sure Trick-or-Treat happened as traditionally as possible.  That meant going with our crew, but it also meant going with new neighbors.  Thanks to freezing rain, we did it quickly.  But somehow the boys brought home more than ever.  Probably because the people handing out […]

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