Zen and the Art of Target

My Target list had grown long enough that I finally had to make a trip there today.  Not that I don’t LOVE Target (because I do!).  I just try to go as little as possible, mainly because I always find what is on my list…..and about $45 worth of other Things I Didn’t Even Know I Needed. It’s […]

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Wash Cycle

I am finished with the laundry! There are two ways to read that sentence…..are ALL of the clothes finally clean, or am I refusing to ever do laundry again? I would love to do the latter, but can’t imagine the embarrassment (or smell) of having my family at school and work in clothes that are […]

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Mall Rat

I think I am having an identity crisis.  After shopping for clothes with my tween daughter this week, I don’t know who I am anymore.  I am no longer capable of shopping at the mall for myself.  It’s quite possible that I don’t fall into ANY of the target markets for the clothing stores there.  […]

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The Real Spring Break

Spring Break is here!  A whole week off with my kids and the puppy, with NO PLANS at all!  What a great feeling, the freedom to do anything that might come up on the spur of the moment! What was I thinking?? When Spring Break week was still quite far off, I remember thinking that […]

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WOW! Women On Writing Blog: Guest Post

WOW! Women On Writing Blog: Friday Speak Out!: “The Write Life,” Guest Post by Sherri Kuhn My first ever “Guest Post” ran this morning…..so I treated myself to a second big cup of coffee, then found that my hands were too shaky to write! So much for my 15 minutes of fame……

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Let me Count the Ways

I’ve had to look at it for months now, each time I opened my lingerie drawer.  When I saw it in the store and tried it on, I had high hopes.  I wanted to like it; I really wanted to make it work out.  We started out slowly at first, but it never progressed from […]

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One is Silver, the other Gold

Remember that song from Girl Scout days?  Maybe from day camp, vacation bible school, or the YMCA camp your parents dropped you off at that smelled like dirty socks? “Make new friends, but keep the old.  One is silver and the other gold.” I am sure there are more verses, maybe some more advice that […]

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