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What I Read: Fall Edition

I have done a lot of reading the last couple of months. A very eclectic mix. Time for another round up…Enjoy! Happier Now: How to Stop Chasing Perfection and Embrace Everyday Moments (Even the Difficult Ones) by Nataly Kogan Happier Now by Nataly Kogan is...

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What I Read: Goblins and Fairies and Witches! Oh My!

Teen Job Prep When They Have No Experience

My teen had his first job interview a couple of weeks ago. To help him out, I looked for practice interview questions, but even the ones that were supposedly for teens were structured as “tell me about your experience at a previous job”. Not exactly...

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Stone Soup

If I Could Turn Back Time…

Amuck! Halloween Decorating is my Self-Care

Book Review: Manic Monday, Inc

What I Read: Summer Edition

What to Wear

Just a little night shopping…

Okay, I have a problem…when I can’t sleep, I check out Amazon and add things to my cart. Usually, they are items I saw as a Facebook or Pinterest ad, but have learned from experience not to order directly from those links. Sometimes, I get...

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Saturday Story: The Rag Collector’s Daughter

Today’s Saturday Story was inspired by a true story of something that happened to my grandmother as a young girl. Dorothy the horse truly did exist. Enjoy! The Rag Collector’s Daughter Boys and girls of all ages ran down the school corridor. Jules took her time...

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Saturday Story: Moon at Dusk pt 1

Strawberry Crunch Cake

I love those ice creams I used to get as a kid that had the chocolate or strawberry crunch toppings on them. I am also a huge fan of the chocolate crunchies in ice cream cakes. It reminds me of summer and good times. So...

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Letting Down My Hair

    There was a librarian who walked into a bar…To be more accurate it was a pool hall. No this is not a bad joke, its a true story. I had just joined my husband for our weekly nine-ball league (Librarians do have a life outside...

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This is Sjögren’s…

April is Sjögren’s Syndrome Awareness month. This is the autoimmune disorder that has caused so many complications for my husband…including the last couple of months of surgeries and hospital stays he had. He had a total of five surgeries between Christmas and the end of...

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