Say it ain't so!
Rob and Amber were last to the pit stop (on the Amazing Race) last night and they were sent a packin'!
Patrick and I mourn.
I have completed the Iditawalk.
One thousand, one hundred forty-nine minutes walked in thirty-six days.
Thank you Dana and Karen for walking along-side me in a cyber/email way.
Congratulations on completing this healthy task!
Let's keep it up, now!
Katie's math book is attempting to teach her to tell time.
I have attempted many times to teach her to tell time.
But it just hasn't stuck yet.
I tell ya, this has been harder than toilet training.
Sadly, Katie inherited this characteristic from me, so I have only myself to blame.
I must have been exactly like Katie. Asking my parents to tell me the time....a million times a day!
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Cause I can remember my father making me go upstairs (we were in the basement den) to get a stack of paper plates so that he could teach me to tell time.
Yup. You didn't know I was homeschooled, did you?
Well, at least in this case, I was homeschooled.
By my father.
As a matter of survival.
He taught me to tell time.
And I hope to teach Katie.
Would you like to share an early childhood memory with us?
I'd love to hear the things you remember about your parents.
Encourage one another,