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A Media Free Fraddling Friday

by SomeGirl on May 26, 2011 · 3 comments

I have a confession to make… I have spent WAY too much time here on the computer this week and my boys have spent WAY too much time watching TV and playing video games. I’ve enjoyed the start of summer vacation, but am realizing that we desperately need a routine to keep our time in […]

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I have a confession to make. I used to pray the following prayer with an open and sincere heart and now I’m afraid to pray it… “Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the […]

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I took a parenting class at a wonderful, little Montessori-like preschool where my son attended and I taught. I enjoyed the class and what we learned, but mostly I enjoyed the confirmation that what I had been doing as a parent was good (which was nice for my formerly perfectionistic ears to hear). But, I’m […]

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Fake it till you make it

by Guest blogger on March 20, 2010 · 6 comments

I recently attended a conference entitled “Living Free” where I got a vision for a blog. I am totally new to the blogging world and thought it would be good to consult with someone who has some experience. Michelle (aka Somegirl) immediately came to mind. She responded in her fraddling way & asked me if […]

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Doing My Job Means Ignoring You

by Guest blogger on March 15, 2010 · 18 comments

I’ve always shaken my slightly pretentious head at people who wasted hours on Facebook, since I’ve managed to avoid the time-sucking aspects of it pretty well. Recently, I launched the blog I’d been mentally planning for ages, started ‘tweeting’ new people on Twitta’ and quickly morphed into “one of those people.” It felt great to […]

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I got THE sweetest comment from a good friend yesterday… It was filled with all kinds of nice words about me and I loved reading it, but I just had to reply and say, “You are too sweet… but I’m really not all that.” I would LOVE to be what he described: wonderful, loving, caring, […]

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