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It's been a long week folks. It was "supposed" to be Thanksgiving break, but really, it is NOT a break.

What it is, is two solid days of me cooking, and then another solid day afterward of cleaning up and trying to figure out what to do with all those leftovers.

Then, I spent a day grading papers and making lesson plans for this next week.

Meanwhile, my two children completely destroyed the whole place for me, the whole time, sporting devilish grins and smiles that would make any woman melt. Boys! I knew from the minute that these two were born, that I was sunk bigger than the Titanic.

My children are five and three. The oldest is severely special needs. They are both little heartbreakers, and I can tell that I am in for a lifetime of worry and prayer with them both!

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