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All this week,
the National Writers for Children Center
is hosting a Virtual Book Tour for my mid-grade adventure,
Taconi and Claude - Double Trouble.
We're in a funky stage right now, by which I mean "a stage which puts me in a funk." The kids are oblivious and happy, but I am less than enamored with their current conditions. Jax has decided that the art of listening is not high on his priority list and has deemed myself, his gymnastics instructor, his music teacher, and any other adult who tries to corral him into a polite or sedentary state as irrelevant. No need to listen to them; they're irrelevant. …
This weekend I was initiated into Vermonterhood. I did something that every true blue Vermonter considers just another day, yet I had never done it before. Our family, plus Nana and Papa and some friends of theirs, went to a sugar house and tried some fresh maple syrup, literally fresh out of the tap.
Yesterday was the first day of spring! Hooray! Are you ready to celebrate spring with your children? I know I am, even though it is snowing as we speak (another 4" or so...oh, bother). But snowstorm or no, it is officially spring and that deserves a celebration! And what better why to celebrate than with a craft? Well, a party would be fun, too, but we're fresh out of cupcakes. This craft took about 15 minutes and it only required materials I'm sure you…
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Today I was on the hunt for a blue onsie to fill an embroidery order. I took my two year old with me on this adventure. He was very well behaved for most of it. I went to 4 stores before deciding to check Toys R Us. I know...I'm crazy to take a child in a toy store without the intension of buying him anything. So, as I am becoming aware that I was not going to find the sought-after onsie, I decided to leave. That is when he decided it was time to place his toy order. He looked down…Continue
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How is everyone doing today? Here in sunny SW Florida it's a fabulous day!! Couldn't ask for more!
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Every gift is a keepsake! A Personalized Gift made entirely from wood, with the child's name personalized on it. Whatever the special occasion - a Christening, New Baby, Baptism, Birthday celebration or Christmas - a wooden gift that will last so long is the perfect gift. All Children…Continue
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How ironic that I awoke to the beauty of snow - covered trees this very a.m. as today marks the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. What is even more odd is that on this very date, thirteen years ago, flakes fell from the sky on my wedding day in New York City. This is “snow joke.”
Dare I mention that bathing suit season is around the corner? This gives us harried moms three short months to…Continue
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Having a chat on my blog today. I would like your opinions! What are your thoughts on following back on Twitter? Important, Creepy, Cool! Let me know!
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Here I go again... the same old shop that I used to visit each time I drive down to Kuala Lumpur with my kids. I will order the same old dishes and will enjoy the savoury taste of their infamous tai lok mee cooked with yam! (fat noodles with taro) and of course, not leaving out their signature dish, that is the…Continue
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