Monthly Archives: March 2010

I Have Something to Tell You

Raise your hand if you’ve ever had unprotected sex. I have. Even when I knew better. Even when I really knew better. When I was in my early twenties, I was “big sister” to a toddler through The Pediatric AIDS Foundation. She … Continue reading

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The Fashion Police

So this is my new favorite t-shirt. I got it at Target. I thought the image was interesting, and it was on sale for just four bucks! Plus, it is the softest cotton I have ever felt. HT is a … Continue reading

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Truffles and dog treats…

over at Hopeful Parents today. Love. Tweet This Post

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Judith and Joy

This is Judith.  This is Joy. Joy is from Memphis, Judith lives in Connecticut. They both are happily married to wonderful men, who respect their interest in the teachings of Abraham, but aren’t passionately immersed in it themselves. Therefore, they like to … Continue reading

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Chloe Knits

Chloe is a 19 year old young woman with Asperger’s. She has a service dog named Indy. Though we’ve never met in person, I feel very connected to her, and her mom Mary, both of whom read this blog. Chloe recently made her local paper … Continue reading

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We interrupt this barrage of cruise related posts to bring you even more fun!

Goal Achieved. *Seth doing Superman/Soulja Boy at last night’s school dance. Back in Jan. I wrote this post. Our kids take a therapeutic dance class. Seth does not really need the “therapeutic” part, but he joins along. Our goal was for Riley to … Continue reading

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The Piano Bar, Lou Holtz and Me

My boyfriend went to Notre Dame. We were super close for our last year of high school and all through college. Notre Dame was his life. Getting in. Being part of that prestigious institution. He was CRAZY about the football team, … Continue reading

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Piya

Meet Piya (pronounced, Pia). The second night of the trip, she sat down at our dinner table and though we’d been having fun, everything got a bit more fun. She’s lovely, and refined, with a bit of an edge. For … Continue reading

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Ed

On the plane ride to Ft. Lauderdale I met the coolest guy. We blabbed like a couple of little girls for hours, talking about everything! What a story he has. He and his partner were either the first, or one of … Continue reading

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Rocking the Cello

She loves her cello, but sometimes Riley does not want to practice. It isn’t that she doesn’t want to play, but with autism transitions are especially difficult. Stop doing this to do that? It is overwhelming to her. But then, the cello might … Continue reading

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Meeting Michael Monroe

Back in December I got an e-mail from Peter Beamish, director of The Secret Behind the Secret (I’m on his mailing list). He sends announcements of new videos he’s released, etc. Either that, or I was looking at Peter’s site, www.aura.ca, … Continue reading

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I’m baaaack!

Got in a few hours ago. I had a wonderful time. Two days ago I was swimming and somersaulting, riding the beautiful blue waves pictured above, singing at the top of my lungs out in the ocean because no one could hear … Continue reading

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Not Back to School Camp

Homeschooling is going really well. We’re still kind of finding our way, and sometimes fear creeps in, but every time I start to doubt I meet kids who are being homeschooled and, well, I really like them. They are articulate. They are smart. They are well … Continue reading

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How Soap Works, According to Seth

“Soap makes your hands slippery to the germs and they slide right off.” Tweet This Post

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Courage is Contagious

We are very much social creatures who model ourselves on one another. Every time you take a step and walk with your fear, you’ll never know the impact. But you can be certain somebody’s watching, and that courage is contagious. … Continue reading

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A Positively Cool Video

You might already know I’m the stalker fan devoted publicist of young adult author Courtney Sheinmel, but don’t hold that against her. Check out the new video for her latest book, Positively! It was made by a librarian. In my book, (heh-heh, get it? My book) … Continue reading

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Abundance

Eating organic can be affordable.  Find a co-op near you! This message brought to you by the lady on her way to The Carribean. Love. Tweet This Post

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Pardon Me While I Nervously Babble On

Last night I dreamt I let Seth play outside in the snow and then forgot about him and went upstairs and took a nap. Three hours later I remembered him and unlocked the door to find him outside, shivering, crying, … Continue reading

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The Love of My Life

Each day I am gone, the kids will get a bag to open, with a small toy and a love note from their Mommy. One day last week, during an especially hard moment when Riley had been melting and Todd … Continue reading

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E Plus High C

After searching for years, I have finally found a natural (metal free) deodorant I love. Sorry Tom’s of Maine, you just don’t cut it. I’m done with you forever. E Plus High C is where it’s at.  No need to thank me … Continue reading

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