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Bad at posting

November 12, 2019

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I tried to do some housework when I got home last night, and that kind of put me off my game. I watched t.v. later than usual and then was too tired to think of anything to write. At school, I have a notebook that is my ‘brain’. I used to keep my to-do list […]

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The story of how I am not buying a cabin.

November 10, 2019

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The story of how I am not buying a cabin.

I found the cabin that we tried to find last weekend. Lloyd got the address from a guy who delivers mail there and I contacted a realtor through Zillow. She was very kind and answered my questions and asked if I wanted to look at it on Sunday. I said I wasn’t sure. On Saturday, […]

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Jump Start Lady

November 7, 2019

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Lloyd is at some sporting event in Lincoln tonight. He’s been giving me rides to work because it’s too cold for the toaster and my truck has had some battery issues. (He has jump-started it with the new battery he bought, but we haven’t replaced it yet.) I walked home from work – which wasn’t […]

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Decent Wednesday

November 7, 2019

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I forgot to write anything last night. It was a full day. We had a lady coming to do an Early Childhood Environmental Rastings Scale (ECERS) observation in the morning and it was a crap shoot as to which room would be evaluated. Guess who won? I didn’t do anything special since this is the […]

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Pricey, but good.

November 5, 2019

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Pricey, but good.

Lloyd was very, VERY excited that a food truck was going to be in town. Apparently they serve the best fish in the Great Plains, but since I’m ot a huge fish fan, I’m just going to say that it was pretty good. I was so tired when we went. It was almost 6:30 and […]

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Harbor Freight to the rescue!

November 4, 2019

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Harbor Freight to the rescue!

Remember when I squished my fingers on the art rack last week? Well, here it was in its natural habitat. Most of this came out of the bathroom, and a blank canvas awaited. Behind that metal door are pipes that are part of our fire suppression system. Once a month a guy has to come […]

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