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Thursday Newspaper Column: Going Back to School with a Family at Home

Happy Thursday, all! Here’s the link to today’s newspaper column: “Back to school with a family a whole new ballgame.” It’s all about parenting, family, returning to school, and the fact that kids can sense that a mama finally has … Continue reading

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I’ve Been Whupped

Folks, I’ve been whupped: by two wonderful but needy children, by a week of no preschool due to snow–during which my 4 year-old and I both had the flu–by a job I love but is a lot of work (yes, … Continue reading

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Oskar Blues, Keowee Valley in the News, Readers’ Awards, and I’m Off to Puerto Rico!

I hope you all have had a wonderful holiday season so far, and are relaxing (I hope) today by watching football and lounging by a warm fire! New Year’s again … In my town, friends are gearing up for the big Oskar Blues … Continue reading

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