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Thirteen Hours

Thirteen hours. 13. One-three. That’s how long I slept Saturday night. It felt amazing. and I think it helped cure my latest headache issue. It was a rough week last week, not feeling well. Dwelling on the worst. Because that’s

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Thirteen Hours

Thirteen hours. 13. One-three. That’s how long I slept Saturday night. It felt amazing. and I think it helped cure my latest headache issue. It was a rough week last week, not feeling well. Dwelling on the worst. Because that’s

Naptastic No More

From four hour naps, to two kiddos on different nap schedules, to napping off-and-on, to not napping, to occasionally napping, to today. Quiet Time: Day One (sounds more official capitalized). One hour of the kiddos in their room. One hour

Naptastic No More

From four hour naps, to two kiddos on different nap schedules, to napping off-and-on, to not napping, to occasionally napping, to today. Quiet Time: Day One (sounds more official capitalized). One hour of the kiddos in their room. One hour

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Running! 2013 Style.

I starting running again last May, with the goal of completing a race every month starting last June. I signed up for a race each month, and followed through with all but two races. I missed July and November. July,

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Running! 2013 Style.

I starting running again last May, with the goal of completing a race every month starting last June. I signed up for a race each month, and followed through with all but two races. I missed July and November. July,

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Half My Life

Seventeen, half of 34, my age as of today (at 8:31am, my mom calls me every year at the time I was born). I’ve now officially been with Brian for half my life. Seventeen years ago a young Brian and

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Half My Life

Seventeen, half of 34, my age as of today (at 8:31am, my mom calls me every year at the time I was born). I’ve now officially been with Brian for half my life. Seventeen years ago a young Brian and

Day After Day

I’m a self-admitted schedule freak. I like routine; it keeps things simple and everyone knows what to expect. Of course there are days I live it up and break routine, but for the most part every day is similar to

Day After Day

I’m a self-admitted schedule freak. I like routine; it keeps things simple and everyone knows what to expect. Of course there are days I live it up and break routine, but for the most part every day is similar to

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Thankfully Impatient

It’s November. Thankful post month on Facebook. I’m impatient, so here is my thankful list for each day in November. Let’s just get the obvious out of the way: 1. The husband, who after all these years is still the best

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Thankfully Impatient

It’s November. Thankful post month on Facebook. I’m impatient, so here is my thankful list for each day in November. Let’s just get the obvious out of the way: 1. The husband, who after all these years is still the best

Summertime on the Eastside

June and July flew by. And then there was August, now it’s September and the last day of summer. Next comes the holiday season. Then what, ship the kiddos off to college?! Time is flying. It flew so fast that

Summertime on the Eastside

June and July flew by. And then there was August, now it’s September and the last day of summer. Next comes the holiday season. Then what, ship the kiddos off to college?! Time is flying. It flew so fast that