March Meal Madness

March Meal Madness

Our March Meal Month concludes this week. Thankfully, like the beds and bathroom clutter, the kids think that its business as usual (well, everyone except the teen who is tiring quickly of all the "WORK!") ... so we will be keeping it up for a little while to come....

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PG 13, the Modern Day R

PG 13, the Modern Day R

Pulling away from the school (yes, I'm driving again), silence has invaded the car. Not a happy, nonchalant, basking in the beauty of Spring contemplation ... No, this was stubborn, I don't want to share the same space with you treatment. Minutes earlier, "Can I see...

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Great Idea … Not!

Great Idea … Not!

"And here’s what reform will mean for so many of the students who are here today: starting this year, if you don’t have insurance, all new plans will allow you to stay on your parents’ insurance policy until you’re 26 years old." Barak Obama, 3/19/10, George Mason...

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Car-Ma

Car-Ma

 A Wednesday is a Wednesday is a Wednesday.... 1:17 p.m. I get in my car and head over to my folks for Super Shuttle duty. I’m the preferred chauffeur for their airport runs. They enjoy the smoke-free (and today, thanks to the girls, trash –free) environment of our...

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Table Talk – Getting Clutched By Accelerators

Table Talk – Getting Clutched By Accelerators

Please enjoy Kathleen Fischer's insightful thoughts about efforts in mothering our teens on this week's Table Talk. Check out "Guest Blogs" for a link to her web site and other posts. As I read one of Kay's recent posts, two things snagged my attention. The first had...

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Kay Wyma Hi. My name is Kay. I'm a mother of 5. I'm a recovering enabler, procrastinator, grammar hacker and am calendar challenged (among other things).
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