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Back from Beaver Island!

Hello everybody!

Glad to be back from a very pleasant relaxing 4-day vacation in beautiful Beaver Island. It is known as America's #1 Emerald Isle and cannot wait to show the pics to prove it. The island is exactly what my fiancee described it to be: right out in the middle OF THE MIDDLE of nowhere. Was he right or was he RIGHT. It is surrounded by nothing but sand, beach on Lake Michigan, orchards with apples in bloom, and woods full of thick, tall trees. With not very many…

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Added by Deborah K Engle-Eller on October 4, 2010 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Back To School

Where does one begin with so many choices but unsure of the best choice for you and your kid(s)? First, we didn't decide on where Benjamin is going to school until the last week of August. When we finally decided where he was going, for many reasons we knew that was the perfect choice.

Meanwhile, there is another issue concerning prioritizing school with family vactions. We wanted to plan on going up north while the weather was still nice because my fiancee who owns 12 achres of land…

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Added by Deborah K Engle-Eller on September 3, 2010 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Introduction with brief history

Hello, my name is DebbieK. I have a 5-year-old son named Benjamin who is about to start Kindergarten in a few weeks. I am a new home owner and have been in a serious relationship for 16 months. For the last 15 years or more I have worked as a healthcare professional, and currently sell Avon. I plan to go to cosmetology school this year to gain more experience in fashion/beauty industry, and to also help enrich networking opportunities. Before we bought our house, I was a single mother for 4…

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Added by Deborah K Engle-Eller on August 25, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Getting Thru a Rough Month

On the upside I can appreciate that we just closed on a new house (my first home) which is beautiful and perfectly accommodating for our lifestyle. What I would have done differently was keep better track of our funds while purchasing items needed for our house. While moving it was difficult as we were without phone and internet service which I depend on for checking daily account balances. I have a tendency to blame some of it on my DH who tends to be quite the spend thrift but meant well.…

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Added by Deborah K Engle-Eller on July 29, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments

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