Category: Musings

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Free-rollin’ Friday – Resident Grinch Choice

As luck of the dice would have it, the resident Grinch had high roll this week and was in charge of planning our Free-rollin Friday Funday.  Despite our fears that we would be stuck...

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Where Did My Hour GO?!?!?!?!

Time — one of the most precious commodities any of us have. I mean, just think about it! You can always buy more things, you can earn more money if you need to, you...

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A Very Potter Christmas!

Despite my rantings for the last few months that there was absolutely NOTHING that I wanted or needed for Christmas (except perhaps for child #3 and #4 to be angelic for a complete 24-hour...

8 Things to do on a Grown-Up Snow Day 2

8 Things to do on a Grown-Up Snow Day

Snow days hold such magic in their existence, even more so now that I am an adult than when I was child. As a kid growing up in the seventies (unlike my life now as...

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The Most Valuable Gift this Christmas

If you have been avidly searching for the perfect gift for that special someone on your list – that present so extraordinary that it will knock his or her socks off and they will...

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Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

Every now and again, my day job requires me to travel out of town for meetings. It is usually only a few days, but it is just long enough to shake up our family...

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My 10 Favorite Christmas Carols

Much to the frustration of my 12-year-old son, I am one of those people that just cannot get enough Christmas. Although I have always been this way,  it definitely seems to be getting more...

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The Lonely Man

While a teacher at Cumberland Middle School, which now seems like a lifetime ago, I used to drive a long and windy country road (Stonypoint Road for those of you that know the area)...

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Book Review: “The OM Factor” by Alka Dhillon

One of the advantages of having an adult child with a BA degree in English and a Masters in Publishing is her uncanny ability to select perfect books for you! Last Christmas, one of the...

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My Shenanigans in Classroom Poetry

Years ago, in another life long LONG ago, I taught middle school writing. I would often write along with my students, and sometimes even share some of the pieces. This is one I wrote...

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