Archive | March, 2021

Sorry, kids.

March 29, 2021

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Sorry, kids.

When we reopened last summer after our COVID hiatus, one of my jobs was to disable the drinking fountains in the classrooms. Most classes use water bottles and it’s been working out fine. in the three-year-old room, though, they figured out how to jam their finger in the mechanism and make the water work. As […]

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Bucket Fire

March 28, 2021

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Bucket Fire

Oh, fire. I love you so. Here’s a little fire story: Deborah asked me if I knew anything about Solo Stoves. She was curious about maybe getting one for her backyard to burn sticks. I looked at photos of them, and they seemed like a washing machine tub that holds fire. I was not excited […]

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The first eaglet has hatched!

March 25, 2021

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Here’s a happy thing: the first egg in the Decorah eagles’ nest has hatched! It’s fun to check in, so here’s the link: https://youtu.be/VlNV1L9qnrk Hmmmm…. that didn’t work. Let’s try….. this?

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Hello, Wednesday.

March 24, 2021

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For various reasons, I was tired and crabby last night and didn’t make a post. Today’s a new day. The rain has tapered off and it should only be cloudy today, which is good. Maybe I’ll find some inspiration today and not feel so blah. I hope you have a good day, too!

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Crisis averted…..for now

March 22, 2021

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Crisis averted.....for now

This weekend I Laurened a solution for the leaking windows in the shed. I bought some rolls of flashing to jam under the roof until someone from the shed company can contact us to fix it. I bought the rolls on Saturday, but it was too windy to work, so I waited until Sunday. That […]

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Happy Birthday, Keren!

March 21, 2021

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My sister is having both her birthday and her anniversary today! She is one of the best people I know, and I am lucky and blessed to have her as my sister! (Heart emojis, if I knew how to make them.) Is it this? <3

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