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How to Avoid Criticism in Relationships

February 14, 2012


This is the first TWEAK I’m adding to my complaints! For example, someone may make a critical remark such as “Why can’t you clean up after yourself?” A better way to say it would be, “I feel frustrated about how messy the house is.” The latter example focuses on the situation, rather than the person. […]

Groundhog Day 2012: Punxsutawney Phil is a punk

February 2, 2012


My favorite part of this article “PUNK” The official website of Punxsutawney Phil, perhaps not impartial, claims the Groundhog has issued a correct forecast 100% of the time. AccuWeather’s grade for the groundhog’s accuracy is slightly lower, but still quite respectable.“Because the year’s coldest quarter, also known as meteorological winter, runs from Dec. 5 to […]

A little archery practice before breakfast.Hunger Games here we come

December 25, 2011


Christmas Breakfast

December 24, 2011


  Breakfast is ready to cook. I mixed recipes together and I hope it turns out. We’ll let you know in the morning. MERRY CHRISTMAS! What’s for breakfast at your house on Christmas Morning? French Toast Casserole | Quick Dish Recipes.

Veterans Day Homeschool Style

November 12, 2011



Sheep, Wolves, & Sheepdogs | A Soldiers Perspective

November 11, 2011


There is no safety for honest men except by believing all possible evil of evil men. – Edmund Burke     via Sheep, Wolves, & Sheepdogs | A Soldiers Perspective. Thank you Sheepdogs.  God bless you and your loved ones. Happy Veterans Day! NEVER FORGET    

This is what seventeen years looks like.

March 13, 2011


We didn’t get a paycheck or taxes in the mail so we didn’t do the spectacular anniversary celebration we had planned.  We stuck close to home but it was great! Started the day Skyping with my sister in Texas.  The boys need to get control of their physical faculties before that will happen again.  It […]