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Literally, in my case. This week is testing for the incoming students. I have a plethora of inane-yet-in-academic-circles-totally-lifealtering-and-earthshattering tasks to accomplish this week. Am feeling less than encouraged on the blog front, too. Does anyone else get blog envy as … Continue reading

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Random holiday thoughts

Feeling a little discombobulated here…seeped in grades, I am surrounded by little combat units of old coffee cups and muffin wrappers from Starbucks. Grading’s almost done, but my mind is elsewhere. Come with me as we delve into the rabbit … Continue reading

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If you have a few minutes, please peruse Katie’s┬áblog over at The Journey. She’s just your average 20-year-old who moves to Africa and adopts 14 children. On her own. I read things like this and I wonder how much more … Continue reading

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Because I was loved

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It might just be that easy…

5-year-old: Mommy, I have found the perfect boy for me. Me: Already?? I mean- you have? 5-year-old: Yes. His name is Max. He sits in front of me. Me: And how do you know that he’s the one for you? … Continue reading

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