Monthly Archives: February 2012

Little Lovelies

Our nights are deceptive. When the moon is out the chill is sharp enough for snow. But by day new green shoots, tight tiny buds, deep earthy scents, and enthusiastic chirps push through. Spring cannot hide it’s face. She is … Continue reading

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I love to laugh – ha ha ha ha!

When things are tough I am a firm believer that laughter is the best medicine. Here’s what’s giving me a giggle today: Inappropriate children’s test answers Weird Valentine’s Day ecards The worst Facebook posts of 2011 Pointless Fliers Pinterest 🙂 … Continue reading

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The long weekend

So, just a little update from my life this past weekend. In list form. A) I have fallen off the healthy living wagon. It was a ruff weekend full of carbs, chocolate, wine, and lounging around, so now I must … Continue reading

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SEEDS!!!

Let it grow, let it grow, let it grow…. I know it’s February, but I’m already a bit behind on the seed sewing process. I wanted to plant my first seeds indoors Feb 2nd, but the budget kept it from … Continue reading

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The real deal

Today is Valentine’s Day and I’m feeling very contented. And this week, as I made cards for toddlers and watched my daughter make a card for her daddy, I began to think how Valentine’s Day has changed for me so … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day (almost)

My daughter goes to school on Mondays and Wednesdays, so they’re celebrating Valentine’s day today instead of tomorrow. What this means, is that I had to remember to get my act together and do her cards for her class a … Continue reading

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Why…

As a social worker we’re not supposed to share deep personal details about our lives. As a practitioner, I keep myself out of it and focus on my clients and communities of service. As a teacher, I don’t bring up … Continue reading

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