Our First Family Beach Day

The kids and I headed out to Lake Sunapee Park the other weekend with our Summer gear in hand. My youngest and oldest were determined to hop in the lake, even though I knew it was cold, cold water. The oldest did end up jumping in twice, crazy girl! I loved watching all three of the kids happily work together with their sand gear. They were building castles and moats and all this fun stuff together, with smiles upon their faces! Apparently the idea of sand gear wasn’t as appealing as burying your sister with sand at the beach. My […]

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Tim Hawkins is Hilarious – Boys vs Girls Video so True

This is a fairly short clip from Tim Hawkins but he is so right on with girls vs boys that I had to share this with you all : I know in my house the boys are so rough and tumble. Always wrestling, hitting fighting but like in a friendly way. Whatever friendly means as you are punching and kicking each other, but they do it with a smile. Isn’t that what counts? Oh well … alas, do you have boys, girls or a little mix like me? Do you agree the differences are right on with what Tim Hawkins […]

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Kicking Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Taking Names

I was diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder when my daughter was a baby, she is almost 10. They put me on lexapro and I was about so numb that I could have seriously just cut my thumb off and not even cared. Can we say “too much medication?” … so I worked to wean myself off of the lexapro for two reasons; lack of insurance & the thought I could kick anxiety in the butt on my own. Yes I am stubborn and extremely strong willed… Let me start by saying if you have major anxiety I don’t recommend just […]

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Vacation Week vs Work Week

Last week Sheila came over from Florida, do not ask why she chose to visit NH in the Winter but she did & one day it was completely freezing outside for me let alone her.  The week started off with me picking her up at the Manchester Airport and let me tell you what – please never let this chick drive alone. I got lost AT THE AIRPORT. Seriously. I had to drive a ways down the road and pull into a store parking lot to ask where I go to pick up passengers at the Manchester, NH Airport. Boy […]

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My Son Has His First Library Card

The day has arrived, Mister Aj knows how to write his name and this means he is old enough to get a town library card. To receive a town library card is really exciting for my five year old son, because he has watched as his sister has used hers through out the years. You see, Miss Ki has had her library card since age five and she’s now nine years old. Due to parking restrictions at the school, meaning parking spots completely full, I had to park at the town library one day then walk up to pick the […]

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Working on my Life List aka Bucket List

Let’s get started on sharing my Life List, of course I may add to this list through out the year as I think of things, but for now here is what I have thought of in 2011 to be things I want to experience some day in the future. As I finish items I will most certainly be crossing them off this list. Overcome my lifelong fear of flying. Visit Ireland. Take my kids to Disney World in Florida. Spend one week in another state with my kids to experience another area of living. Start an LLC Create a “safe” […]

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Should Welfare Applicants Be Drug Tested?

This is a topic that has been debated for many years and is probably derived from the stigma that associates welfare in a negative light; such as calling those on welfare “crackheads” and “drug abusers”.  The stereotype of drug abusers with welfare has been around for centuries and has created this negative feeling for those families who find themselves needing to apply for help.  Although most states have cracked down on welfare to a point where it is extremely difficult to get on TANF {Temporary Assistance for Needy Families aka Cash Assistance} there are still some who abuse the system. […]

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Looking for a Florida Home Builder

Are you looking to move to Florida now that the Winter season is headed our way? I know I would love to have a second home in Florida but in order to do such a thing you must find a good Florida home builder! You will want quality, excellent skills and a fantastic reputation from this company. Be sure to educate yourself about the various areas of Florida to ensure you choose the correct location for you and your loved ones. You see, purchasing or building a home is a major investment, but it’s one that can pay off if […]

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American Residential Law Group Loan Modifications

American Residential Law Group is based in Florida but can practice services such as Home Loan Modification, bankruptcy, short sale and so much more.If you are looking to have a loan modification done or are facing a situation that may require you to file bankruptcy I would check in with American Residential Law Group to see if they can assist you with your needs. Everyone right now seems to be living in various financial situations, some of us have enough money to barely live, others have plenty of money to survive and then some, while most of us are living […]

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Baby K Thinks He’s a Seal

The past couple of weeks I have been feeling exhausted, my body was aching and it seemed I knew, just knew I was going to get really sick! You know that feeling that you know your body is telling you something isn’t right and that you are about to get really sick?! Yeah I had that feeling and so I started pumping the Orange Juice to me … I woke up having the most awful stomach cramps which turned into something I am not going to get into details here on my blog but am sure you can figure it […]

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