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November 01, 2015


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Hmmm, topics. I'd love to see what you're knitting, if anything. What do you really enjoy about this season in your family's life? Have you tried a new recipe lately, and if so, was it a hit?

Nope, I won't do NaBloPoMo. It's all I can do just surviving life as mom/student/friend/wife/whatever else. But I'll enjoy reading anything you write! Topics? I don't know, but I'll think on it.

I'm not planning anything specific, but I have tons I want to talk about, always. And my goal is to write more than 30 posts, let's see if I'll be able to.

November is my favorite month of the year now. I'm THRILLED you're blogging daily again! You know I'm thrilled you're still around when most everyone else is gone. It means a lot to me!!

And I'd love to have you write more about having your son away in college, maybe link to some key old posts, reflect on how things have changed over the years. I'm sure I'll come up with more topics to request as we get going. Whatever you blog about I'll love! Maybe about music and also religion, and family, and cooking, and keeping house. I'll take anything!

Ooh, yes! NaBloPoMo! Excellent idea!

Please post if you have any brilliant ideas about 7-y-o children who have a hard time waking up in the mornings to get ready for school. Who also have a hard time (following directions &) going to bed any eariler. Umm, for a friend.

;) Have fun!

I'd love to hear about how your son chose his college. My oldest is a HS senior and we are all a little baffled about the process. Other people's college-selection stories are extremely interesting to me right now -- just as birth stories and breastfeeding stories were, when I was in that stage of life!

I'd also enjoy reading anything else you want to write about. :-)

High school stuff generally. The countdown feeling, the low level panic potential, the way no one can write honestly about any of it because teens demand their privacy.

Homeschooling - I know you used to - I'm thinking about it. i think I'd want to do what you did - any hints for a 3rd grade boy? I guess I'm asking you to blog just for me! That doesn't make sense. Still, got any wisdom to impart? Oh and a kindergarten boy - I really do just want to send him to the local public school to learn to read and give me a little break while I test the waters with the 3rd grader, but I'm afraid he might lose his mind having to go to school while his brother stayed home.

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