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Hello Friends!!I have missed y'all. Hope you don't mind a COMPLETELY random post.I have wanted to post several different times for several different reasons but it just never worked out.I want to thank everyone for all their SWEET comments and messages.  Seriously my friends (or readers) are the BEST.You make coming back so much easier.Honestly I have just been SOOOO busy and like was getting a little overwhelmed at times.  I just did not have»
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I think I might be dreaming. But if I am, I don't want to wake up.I'm less than seven days away from my twenty-first birthday.I'm celebrating said birthday with a week long backpacking trip through Italy. Pinch me. Or don't.I have to keep reminding myself this is real.You probably won't hear from me for a little while, at least a week, via blog. For those of you who follow me on Facebook or Twitter, watch for snippets of my travels there. I can't»
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One month from yesterday is my 37th birthday. Birthday's aren't a big deal to me, most of the time, but this morning I had an idea. Thanks to an email from Crowdrise, one of the best social media crowd-sourcing fundraising sites around, I was reminded about my upcoming birthday. The email suggested I do something different, something not for me, but for someone else. Raise funds for an organization that I'm passionate about or, in my case, people»
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Glorious, warm Strawberry Cobbler studded with chocolate chips (AKA: My birthday dessert of choice). Sooooit’s my birthday. I’ll admit, birthdays are getting kind of weird for me now. I mean, 27. Yowza! When did that happen? I’ve now reached the point in my life where I ask for things like new sheets, a day of house cleaning, and books for my birthday. I think a little piece of my 15 year old self just died reading that sentence. On the ot»
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That frog in the middle - hanging on for dear life? It's a fairly accurate picture of how I've felt much of the past two or three weeks. The past month has been a bittersweet mixture of celebrating four birthdays, Father's Day, and my son Nick's recent career advancement with the hard work of helping his family move 800 miles away and the many tearful goodbyes that move ensued.  Just as I was recovering from 1600 miles in a car (half of th»
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{Globe thistle flowers around the fountain at Columbus Circle in Manhattan} I am a May baby, and those lyrics should make it obvious which birthday this country girl celebrated with a New York City weekend. I'll admit it's a stretch to call myself a girl. When I look in the mirror reality stares back, telling me I'm significantly more woman than girl. But the truth is, like most women, I suppose, I'm also very much the girl I've always been - ju»
Blog Entry | Moms >
My middlest child turns 11 today.   Love that boy.   Love that giggle and that smile :) We celebrated with a few friends last week, and today we'll eat pizza, open presents, eat (another) cake, and watch a movie.  Love it.   MC wanted a Minecraft cake.  After consulting with my people (that would be AKD and Pinterest), I decided on this configuration.  It's super easy, but looks impressive.  My kind of cake. Super Easy Minecraft Cak»
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Valentine’s Day just passed, and I’m sure over the weekend many of us did something for our spouse, or significant other to celebrate. This past weekend was probably all about your relationship. I know we did. We sent our kids out of town to spend some time with their grandparents, so we could spend some time alone. In spite of some unexpected snowy weather here in Indiana we made sure to do something very special. The same ole same ole It w»
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Dear Dad, Today is your birthday; you would turn 73. Not a year goes by that I don’t think of you on this day. I think of you at other times too— on holidays and the day you died and when my kids receive awards or do something amazing—and it makes me sad to realize how much you haven’t been a part of. You’ve been gone for almost 17 years; you’ve missed every event of my adulthood. And there’s some things I need to tell you, not just»