Monthly Archives: June 2009

My first sewing project of the summer

I made this on Monday.  I was using a book that Tina lent me called, “Quilt in a Minute” (or something like that) – it has lots of fun, beginner quilting projects.  I had also bought a fat quarter pack … Continue reading

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Job update

The short version? It’s all a big mess. The long version? I’ve been assigned to an elementary school that is 2.5 miles from our house.  Ideal, right?  But the two principals are debating how best to arrange my schedule, and … Continue reading

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I love white vinegar

Cook with it. Clean with it. Disinfect with it. Make tarragon vinegar with it. The list goes on and on. (Just make sure to read the ingredient list to verify that it’s made from grain, not petroleum.)

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Homemade Hamburger Buns

Nik and I enjoyed hamburgers at the beginning of this week with meat from Woolsely Farm, which I bought at the farmer’s market.  We have eaten very little beef in the past year (since we bought our lamb), and so … Continue reading

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No more School

No more books No more students, dirty looks! We made it! 10 weeks of freedom (or of working really hard to accomplish the [no exaggerating] 72 items on our to do list) here we come! And, can anyone believe that … Continue reading

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Partially Employed

Thanks for your prayers everyone.  My interview on Monday at the middle school went really well and Tuesday morning, they offered me the job.   I only have to go there on B days so that means I’ll be there two … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Katie!

Happy Birthday Katie!! We hope you have a fabulous day! (That would be Katie my sister-in-law! I know many Kate/Katie’s!)

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