Monthly Archives: January 2015

Why am I blogging anyway?

January 31 Why am I blogging? I suppose the answer is multi-faceted, as is so much of life. Sure, I’m blogging to think out loud. To share some of the weird musings that go on in my brain. Maybe it’s … Continue reading

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Super Bowl snacks, the homemade, Tasty Thursday version!

January 29 Super Bowl Sunday – the junk food day of the year. There’s no secret that junk food is a huge business. Let’s face it – those chips and dips just taste great! But you don’t have to ingest … Continue reading

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Comment Time!

January 28 (just because it’s a pretty picture) It’s been a while since I wrote comments, those narrative reports each student receives as a part of a report card in schools where such things are possible. I’m not talking about … Continue reading

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The luck fairy doesn’t really exist

January 26 It’s a cold rainy Monday morning, where the weather forecasts of possible snow turned last night into an emotion-fest more akin to Christmas eve than a normal Sunday night. I’m almost as bad as the kids, checking my … Continue reading

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Success

January 23 One of my businesses is an MLM. GASP. I admitted it, out loud. An MLM! Ack! One of those pyramid scheme things, where you talk to people and share what’s worked for you and invite them to join … Continue reading

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Nachos!

Thursday, January 22! The biggest food Sunday of the year in the US is coming up in about 10 days, and though I’m not usually a proponent of eating this way, it’s fun every now and then to just eat … Continue reading

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New York, New York

January 22  (George Washington Bridge) New York is full of big things, of course. From bridges to buildings to traffic to people and everything in between. But memories from this weekend were filled with small bits too. The subway stop … Continue reading

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