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Should you jump in the TSUnami?

This is not going to be your typical Tsu is almighty and you need to sign up now post. I have come to bury Tsu, not praise it! Okay, maybe a little of both. This new social media has potential, but also some problems. Is it the answer to the small bloggers woes of increasing …

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Blogging Tip: Keeping Track of Link Ups

The past few months I have been submitting my posts to various Link Ups, but as the number I contributed to grew, the harder it became for me to keep track of them. It was a challenge to not only remember when each one went live, but to remember if I went back and looked …

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5 Little Things I Want to Thank a Veteran for.

Thank you Veterans and Active Duty Military for the day off tomorrow.   Did that sound trite, irreverent and even condescending? I meant it to. And I didn’t. Let me explain.   A few weeks ago a former co-worker, whom I worked with in between his stints of active duty in the US Army Reserves, posted …

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15 Sewing and Crafting memes

While looking for the sewing scissors meme for yesterday’s post I found so many more I wanted to share I thought I’d better do another post or my social media feeds would be clogged all day. If you sew or craft, or love someone who does, you will understand… TRUTH – at least in my …

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Turkey in Disguise

The assignment: Use markers, crayons, material, etc. to make a disguise for this turkey so he won’t be eaten for Thanksgiving. The result: A mutant ninja turtle pizza chef complete with a double extra large pepperoni and mutagen pizza. Turkey? I don’t see a turkey? oooh! Pizza…. He did all of the work except for …

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Pay attention to others BUT mind your own business

My son is confused between what we tell him to do at home, and what his teacher tells him at school. To a normal six year year old the directions seem to be conflicting, but for a child with Autism it has to be just mind boggling. Background:  One of the most common challenges for …

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Worse than the Man Flu

I love my husband. He is a wonderful, loving, intelligent well educated man. He is a great father to our 6 year old son. Unlike the stereotypical male, he does not wimp out when he gets sick. The man worked through walking pneumonia last year. But, when HIS son gets sick he instantly transforms into …

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It still isn’t old.

Three World Series Championships in five years. And I am just as excited for the San Francisco Giants as I was five years ago. I have black and orange running through my veins. It is genetic. My history with the team goes back long before I was born and the team first came to San …

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