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It's been forever and a day.

Wow! The last time I posted here was in July?! It doesn't seem like that long ago yet here we are six months later, well on the way to the holidays. I generally try not to be sidetracked by social sites during my work time and had actually gotten online to knock out the last little bit of my Christmas shopping. . . yet here I am!

Happy Holidays to all - I'm off the the mall (well, online that is).

Added by Lisa on December 3, 2008 at 11:20pm — No Comments

Newbie Again

After ten years of working at home, you'd think I would no longer consider myself a newbie. But here I am again, joining another site where I can interact with others (all moms, yeah!) and feeling ever so much like a newbie all over again. I've got so many profiles that it's hard to keep up and update each one with blog postings and creative content on top of keeping my own blog updated, my work caught up, the house taken care of, clean laundry in the drawers, and, well, you get the picture. I… Continue

Added by Lisa on July 18, 2008 at 5:57pm — No Comments

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