Monthly Archives: March 2011

Lunch with a Friend, and a Decision

The older I get, the more I love and appreciate my women friends, and the more important they become in my life. It has nothing to do with the relationship or the love I have for my husband – in … Continue reading

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Cleaning Out the Closet: Finding Treasures

We started the last trimester in school this week, and spring is starting to show up. Even though there’s still a lot of snow on the ground, I hear birds singing their spring songs every morning when I go to … Continue reading

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The Washington, DC Trip: Looking for Resilience

Returning to school after February vacation was hard! My flight was cancelled on Saturday (because of fog – who knew?), so I didn’t get home until Sunday night. It was a rush to do laundry and get ready for school, … Continue reading

Posted in Education, school year calendar, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

I haven’t disappeared — really

If you are looking for my “regular weekly” post, it’s not here yet. It’s report card week, so please stay tuned. I haven’t forgotten — just busy with the details for a week or so. Plus there are a million … Continue reading

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I Could Be a Writing Vagabond

As I write this article, I am in South Dakota for the week, visiting my son’s family. It seems that the New England states may be the only region in the country to have so many school vacations; in addition … Continue reading

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