How to Help Political Candidates

Campaign Materials

Today is the spring primary election in Wisconsin, and I am very happy to cast my vote for a candidate that I believe in very much. I wasn’t involved in politics too much before Bernie Sanders campaigned for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016. But since then, I have tried to help political candidates as […]

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Juvenile Pile: Extra Reading Homework

Christopher reading at the table

I’ve mentioned before that Christopher doesn’t really enjoy reading. Well, apparently, he has been very off-task at school during independent reading time, so we had to do quite a bit of extra reading homework at home during January to get him caught up on his classroom reading, so he was ready for the group discussions […]

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Month in Photos: January 2018

Hockey Cheering

I was lazy in 2017, and I didn’t write any monthly recap posts. They take a lot of work, and I just didn’t want to do them anymore. This year I am going to try something new. I am going to share photos taken throughout the month and then just include small captions or descriptions. […]

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Things saving my life right now

Mittens and Hat

Today I am linking up with Modern Mrs. Darcy to share the things that are saving my life right now. It’s been pretty cold in Wisconsin, but I’m making it through and staying on track thanks to these things. 6 things that are making my life better 1. Fuzzy mittens (and a hat) Jim bought […]

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