Helpless

Archive for January 2011

Helpless

Yesterday our son had a basketball tournament, so my sister decided to come and watch a game.  She drove an hour to come watch him which we really appreciated.  During the game it had really started snowing and we were starting to hear that the roads were getting slick.  So, my sister decided she better…

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Things I Love – Fleece

Things I Love… This is my feature where I get to share something that I just love. Since you are my friends, I like sharing things I love with others. It could be anything from a new product, food, recipe, song, image, to a person and everything in between. This will be something I am…

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ENERGIZER Keep Going Hall of Fame and a Giveaway

Do you or does someone you know have unstoppable energy?  Do you know someone with endless energy who is helping to change your school, your community, or even the world by making a positive impact?  If so, ENERGIZER KEEP GOING HALL OF FAME wants to hear about them! From now through February 4, 2011, you…

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Things I Love – Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Things I Love… This is my feature where I get to share something that I just love. Since you are my friends, I like sharing things I love with others. It could be anything from a new product, food, recipe, song, image, to a person and everything in between. This will be something I am…

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Strolling Through the Target Bookshelves

Yesterday, I treated myself to a 20 minutes stroll through the Target book aisles.  I found some of my favorites that I have read, some that I have been wanting to read, and a few that I hadn’t heard of that I would now like to read.  Some of the ones that stood out to…

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The Goodbye and The Good Job

THE GOODBYE Today I had to let something that I love doing go.  It was a tough decision, but for my own sanity I decided I had to drop it.  I am not someone to quit things, especially things that I have committed to.  But, then I committ to other things, and then something else…

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Book Review: Mr Rosenblum Dreams in English by Natasha Solomons

MR ROSENBLUM DREAMS IN ENGLISH By Natasha Solomons At the start of World War II, Jack and Sadie Rosenblum flee Berlin for London with their baby daughter, Elizabeth. Upon arrival, Jack receives a pamphlet from the German Jewish Aid Committee on how to act like a proper Englishman. He follows it to the letter—Saville Row…

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Return of the Junco

Every winter I eagerly await the arrival of the Junco to my bird feeder.  Thursday, as I was sitting on the couch, I noticed something move in the corner of my eye.  I looked out the living room window and noticed a junco happily eating from our feeder and then hopping over to the suet feeder…

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I’m a Motivated Mom

I just recently heard about this new way to organize your tasks on a daily/weekly basis and I had to share it with you.  I am a list maker and like to write everything down that I need to get done.  I think I found the perfect Chore Planning System to keep me on track.…

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