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Slow Blogging

by rumbledolly on 10-19-2011 at 01:21 PM
I'm sorry for the very limited blogging I've done over the last few months. Things have been hectic and when they are not I find myself just sitting on the sofa vegging out thinking about all the things I could be working on!

Right now I'm in the final week of a great run of the Odd Couple - Female Version - By Neil Simon. It's been a read more click on the link!

Summer Summer Summer It's Like a Merry-go-round

by rumbledolly on 08-10-2011 at 05:27 PM
Quick, can you name the song that has the above title in the lyrics?

If you can you're getting old! If you had to Google it - shame on you

We've been here there and just about everywhere it seems this summer but we also seem to have stuck fairly close to home which is a little like an oxymoron.

We've been to the beach too many times to count - and at least one of us is a nice shade of brown which I know is unhealthy so save the sermon. I

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June 15th - You're Kidding Me!

by rumbledolly on 06-15-2011 at 10:56 AM
I'm not sure but I think someone changed the order of the months because it doesn't seem possible we're already in the middle of June.

While the temps don't feel very June like - well today is bright and sunny and does feel like June, we've been near 100 then back down to 50. It's been quite a weather roller coaster with tornado warnings and frost warning all in the same 24 hour period. I should give a shout out to the blackflies, you evil little blood suckers. I'm pretty sure

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Time Certainly Does Fly

by rumbledolly on 05-16-2011 at 01:24 PM
Time certainly does fly around here. It seems like just yesterday when I lost my mind (that's what some of my friends say) and pulled my daughter out of PS to HS her.

It hasn't been an easy road - emotionally or financially - but the longer we do it the more I feel we've done the right thing. We still have tears over what I consider mundane things but in general my family is calmer, my DD hasn't developed the "dumb" as we call it here. We're all learning a great deal

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Learning Geography via Amazing Race!

by rumbledolly on 05-03-2011 at 09:09 PM
Geography is one of those subjects you either love or hate. You can't be in or out on the subject, at least in my opinion. If you don't care Bombay is now Mumbai (and has been since 1995) or that Waterloo Texas is now better known as Austin then geography probably isn't much of a big thing to you. Around here we've been bitten by the Geo Bug since we started watching The Amazing Race a few seasons ago.

Click here to read more and thanks for coming along for the ride.
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