Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Damage is (mostly) unDone

Next to parents, teachers have the hardest job in the world. They’re underpaid, under appreciated and under valued. And before power was switched into the hands of child (a la the Salem Witch trials), they were held the most influence … Continue reading

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Chocolate Affaire 2014

Here are some photos of me at the Chocolate Affaire from this past weekend. A little bit sunburned and very much tired, but it was great fun.      

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Friday Funny—Carnation Milk 65 years ago

This is PRICELESS….. A little old lady from Wisconsin had worked in and around her family dairy farms since she was old enough to walk, with hours of hard work and little compensation. When canned Carnation Milk became available in … Continue reading

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It Ain’t Easy

One question I get asked a lot is how many books I’ve written. I usually have to take off my shoes and borrow someone else’s hand to finish my tally, so I know it’s a lot. I also know it … Continue reading

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Everyone Deserves on Ooops

Saturday, I got to talk to my sister in New York. Among other incendiary topics, we discussed our  husbands and their driving habits. You see both our spouses are from NYC (different burroughs) and they have one habit in particular … Continue reading

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