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365 update!!

365 update!!

Yes, I am still here…lol. And yes, I am still keeping up on my 365 project for 2012. I haven’t posted in soooo long so, I guess I won’t show you all of my pages I have done for the year and not posted. I will just post the last few that I have done, how about that? Here goes….

And here is last week…Week #37 of 2012!

Everything I used for these LOs can be found in the GingerScraps store .

Have a great day and I WILL be posting again so see you soon!

9/11: Thief of a Mother's Breath

9/11: Thief of a Mother's Breath

 

Momservation: Everyone is someone’s child who loves them. Even the jerks who cut you off in traffic.

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That’s because I remembered it was 9/11 and I started reading tributes to those who died.

Weekly Challenge: Get OUTside and Get Moving!

Weekly Challenge: Get OUTside and Get Moving!

 

 Get OUT(side)   With the hot weather, and even Spare the Air days, it is easy to feel stuck inside.

The Secret to Being a Lousy Housekeeper

The Secret to Being a Lousy Housekeeper

 Momservation: If God had meant for mothers to keep spotless houses He wouldn’t have created romance novels.

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I’m going to put it out there right now – my husband didn’t marry me for my domestic goddess skills.

Many days I think he truly regrets this.

No Tag Backs

No Tag Backs

 

Momservation: Anyone who says they love the infant stage is not currently in the infant stage.

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You know what I love about babies?

They grow up.

Talladega Nights Parenting

Talladega Nights Parenting

 

Momservation: Out of the mouths of babes is a short trip from out of the mouth of a parent.

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I live in a community (by choice) where people don’t ask if it’s a boy or a girl, but rather if they’re baby looks like it’ll go to Stanford or Harvard.

Join News10 at the Sacramento READS! Celebration of Literacy Fair!

SACRAMENTO, CA - Help promote literacy in our community at the 2nd annual Sacramento READS! Celebration of Literacy Fair!

The Celebration of Literacy Fair will provide resources for parents and students as they prepare for the new school year. Centered on early childhood literacy, the event will include reading-relevant activities and training for parents. Plus free educational prizes will be raffled such as a  Kindle Fire and children's books!

Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson will also be present to give some inspirational words on the importance of reading and the Sacramento READS! Campaign.

In addition, the Fair will also be an opportunity for volunteers to make a difference. Sacramento Reads! will be recruiting new volunteers for 14 Sacramento READS! tutoring sites within the city.

The event takes place on Thursday August 23rd from 5:30-7:30pm at Fairytale Town in Sacramento.