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One final move - Wednesday, February 15th 2006 10:41 AM
In what I hope is the final move of my blog, I am now getting settled in here.Come visit my new journal!
The Truth Behind the Lies - Thursday, February 9th 2006 8:09 PM
Okay, so everyone guessed which was true. But now it's time for the truth behind the lies. 1. When I was 17 I backed my 10-year-old Oldsmobile into my boyfriend's parents new...
Four Lies - Wednesday, February 8th 2006 10:11 AM
I was tagged by my friend Jennifer, who got this from a page of writing prompts for kids. (WHich incidentally looks like a really great site!)Write five things about yourself...
Curfew Defeated - Thursday, February 2nd 2006 7:11 AM
The proposed daytime curfew was removed from the bill by its author on Tuesday. Thanks to all who called, emailed, or forwarded the information!This has been an interesting few...
Lost, Blog Comments and Baptism - Tuesday, January 31st 2006 9:03 PM
We are big fans of the TV show Lost and were all quite pleased with the turn that the story took last week, which ultimately resulted in the baptism of Aaron, the baby who was...
Daytime Curfew Proposed - Saturday, January 28th 2006 8:30 AM
There is a bill working its way through the Indiana legislature that would impose a daytime curfew on all people under 18. The pertinent part is section 12.Daytime curfews are a...
Tagged! - Wednesday, January 25th 2006 6:21 AM
I've been tagged by the Burr in the Burgh:Four jobs I've had:  (no particular order)1. Waitress2. Tutor3. Real Estate Agent4. Ad WriterFour places I've lived: (I've moved a...
The Haircut Revisited - Wednesday, January 25th 2006 5:57 AM
It has been interesting to see the comments on Bethany's blog about the big haircut. They parallel what we are hearing from our friends face-to-face, too.Men like the after...
Too Much Fun - Sunday, January 22nd 2006 8:02 PM
I had planned to work on switching over my blog last night, instead we went dancing. Even though we've only had five lessons, we discovered that while we were dancing with more...
The Haircut - Saturday, January 21st 2006 9:38 AM
My son Patrick's hair caused almost as big a stir as Pastor Petersen's tie at the Sabre ceremony Thursday night. The other acolytes were also threatening drugging and shaving,...
Random Thankfulness - Friday, January 20th 2006 8:10 PM
This was a great week. Since we moved to Fort Wayne almost four years ago the third week in January has been a highlight of of our year. The goings on at the seminary bring lots...
Mental Floss? - Wednesday, January 18th 2006 6:04 AM
Yesterday I was browsing at Border's and saw a copy of a magazine that I'd seen before and wanted to buy. Previously, I had restrained myself, but yesterday I just couldn't. For...
Lutheran Bloggers - Monday, January 16th 2006 9:54 PM
It was really cool to meet up with a bunch of Lutheran bloggers tonight at the Confessional Lutheran Bloggers Conference. It was a great pleasure to meet Pastor Snyder of Ask...
I couldn't resist: 10 Trivial Facts About Jane - Sunday, January 15th 2006 7:58 PM
Ten Top Trivia Tips about Jane! A rhinoceros horn is made from compacted Jane. The Jane-fighting market in the Philippines is huge - several thousand Jane-fights take place...
Wow, what a cool way to move! - Saturday, January 14th 2006 7:53 PM
Mom is Right is one of the homeschool blogs I  love to read. Right now they are in the process of a cross country move--having flown from Hawaii to the left coast--and will...
Added to Blogroll - Saturday, January 14th 2006 7:39 PM
I realized today that one of the blogs that I read regularly was missing from my blogroll. I'm not sure how that happened, but somehow I'd missed my fellow Lutheran, Hoosier and...
Stupid in America? - Saturday, January 14th 2006 7:50 AM
John Stossel's article that I linked to a couple of days ago was only the precursor to an episode of 20/20 last night on what is wrong with our government schools. Read about it...
Government Schools: Our Tax Dollars at Work? - Thursday, January 12th 2006 9:26 AM
John Stossel has a great piece on the disservice government schools are doing to the children who attend them and to our country. We know that the market produces excellence in...
Testing, Testing - Wednesday, January 11th 2006 8:53 PM
There have been several public calls recently to increase the regulation of homeschoolers in the state of Indiana. The idea mentioned most often is some sort of standardized...
The Silver Cup - Tuesday, January 10th 2006 10:54 AM
I love it when a subject has been on my mind and then someone else writes something that touches on it.I have been missing grandma. I always do at Christmastime, because we...
Weird Glitches - Monday, January 9th 2006 6:27 AM
Wow. I had written this longish post about my post-new year's resolutions Saturday night. I viewed my page before I went to bed and everything looked fine. I was gone all day...
Slighty post new years resolutions - Saturday, January 7th 2006 8:24 PM
The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person who is doing it.
An Ugly UPS Guy? - Friday, January 6th 2006 1:20 PM
I just had to let you all know about a first that I experienced  today. I saw an ugly UPS guy. What is this world coming to?
The First Carnival of Homeschooling - Tuesday, January 3rd 2006 6:07 AM
Wow, what fun! The first Carnival of Homeschooling is up at Why Homeschool and one of my posts from my homeschooling blog is included.
Big Brother for Animals - Monday, January 2nd 2006 4:54 PM
Polly writes about some potential new rules regarding livestock that could make life really difficult for people who raise their own chickens for food, keep a horse or two,...