Archive | June, 2008

Dressing Up In Style

June 24, 2008

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My kids absolutely LOVE dressing up. They will dress up as anything– David and Goliath, Arabian sheiks, Pilgrims, Founding Fathers, or cowboys and Indians. I loved dressing up as a kid, too. I really liked the cowboys and Indians (I was always an Indian!) and I remember liking to dress up as Laura Ingalls Wilder, […]

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How to Fold a T-Shirt?!

June 24, 2008

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Holy guacamole! I saw this an my jaw dropped open. The lady makes this look so easy, lol. Can the average person do this? Love the music, lol. HT My Interesting Files. Now I’ll be haunted for the rest of my life. Update: Oh here’s a much better video! I think I can do this….. […]

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Getting Ready for School

June 24, 2008

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I’m finally going to begin what I’ve promised I’d begin– a series of posts about our homeschooling routine and our resources. The hardest thing about homeschooling is getting started. I know a lot of young moms and dads are completely baffled about how to begin, and the thought of educating their children is terrifying. But […]

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Manic Monday #122

June 23, 2008

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I missed the last two MM, one on purpose (didn’t like the questions) and then on accident (it was Wednesday before I realized it had been Monday and Tuesday). I figured if I didn’t do today’s, I’d lose my momentum and get lost in the Manic Monday Time Warped Black Hole and never do it […]

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Summer Means Travel!

June 23, 2008

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We’re really hoping– oh, ever so much!– to visit my brother who lives in Virginia. We’ve been wanting to see him for a few years now, sheesh! The kids are very excited, and we’ve been saving our nickels and dimes to go. We also hope to see Washington, DC, on our way there. I have […]

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Uh Oh. Trouble.

June 22, 2008

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The population of this country is 300 million. 160 million are retired (or illegally here). That leaves 140 million to do the work. There are 85 million in school. Which leaves 55 million to do the work. Of this there are 40 million employed by the federal government. Leaving 15 million to do the work. […]

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Finding a Used Car– Online!

June 22, 2008

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Can you believe that, thanks to the Internet, you can shop for used cars online?! Yes you can! I am flabbergasted. And of course, elated! šŸ˜€ If you live in the North Carolina area, check out these cool used cars Wilmington, NC. It’s the Bruce Cavenaugh AutoMart, AutoPalace, and Suzuki SuperStore virtual dealership. At Bruce […]

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Peanut Thinking

June 21, 2008

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My husband works for the Postal Service sometimes. So I got a great big kick out of this goofy photo. /p> I hate it when those packing peanuts spill out of the shipping box! Woe to the person who has to pick all that up, lol! Hat tip Slacker Heaven for the photo.

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Buahahahahahaha!

June 20, 2008

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Beware! I am in a VERY goofy mood today. I saw this at Health Nut Wannabee Mom and almost flipped my glass sinks. Errr, lid, lol. HILARIOUS! I love this comic–Close To Home– it’s always great. I think I’ll go read the comics now…

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Are You Lonesome Tonight?

June 19, 2008

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I’m lonesome. The house is empty, except for my cockatiel bird, and even he is strangely quiet tonight. Usually the house is filled with all six of us running around, but the kids are at a neighbor’s, helping them with odd jobs, and husband is at our church mowing the lawn. So I am all […]

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