Monthly Archives: March 2012

Snow Day

Hey, it snowed here. In March. When it was officially spring. Because apparently Mother Nature is really confused about seasons this year. I knew all that sunshine in December was going to come back and bite me. It did — … Continue reading

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Nutella is Delicious. Why Didn’t You Tell Me?

I have discovered Nutella. I know… old news. Half my Facebook friends have been posting Nutella recipes for years. But I’m slow to adopt, plus I confused it in my head with Marmite, which is not the same delicious thing … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Sharing Political Viewpoints via Facebook

Sharing any political viewpoint on Facebook has always fallen under my strict “No-No” list. The reason is my few tentative toe dips into this arena (by commenting on other people’s statuses or links) resulted in some ugly Thread Hijacking by … Continue reading

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The Second Grade Field Trip

I volunteered to help with my kid’s field trip today. The destination? An orthodontist’s office. I am not making that up. It was a real field trip. With permission slips, a school bus and 20 second graders and a half-dozen … Continue reading

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Enchanted with Ashland, Oregon

The sterile I-5¬† corridor gives no hint about the treasures that lie just a couple of miles away from the exit for Ashland, Oregon. If you majored in English literature or theater in college, you’ve probably heard about the famous … Continue reading

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Insert Semi-Annual Rant about Daylight Savings Time Here

I hate Daylight Savings Time. Whoever invented it (I’m looking at you Benjamin Franklin) did not have small children. Spring Forward, of course, is the worst. But Fall Back isn’t exactly a piece of cake either when your son has … Continue reading

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