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A Thorough Scolding

I have been informed that I don't post enough blogs and am missed by the populace at large.

Lol sorry.

I will give you the low-down on my life.

Yesterday I finished a three page single-spaced paper regarding te softcore discrimination that single mothers face. It's the beginnings of my final paper in the class--which has to be ten pages (hopefully double-spaced).

I took a Spanish test yesterday as well as a math test. I did well on the math not so sure about Spanish.

I also went to a lecture given by a woman named Helen Whitney (??) who is a big deal documentarian and has won Emmies and the like for her work. She also met the Pope (among others).

When I was done with the lecture my friend picked me up and we enjoyed a 'girls nights.' we watched a movie called Zombiland. It was ok but not really my style of movie.

Today the kidlets are up north enjoying their fall break and heading to the local amusement park for their birthdays which are this weekend (Irish Twins). They will be 11 and 10!!!

I can't believe my babies are so old.

On another note... I can always tell when my kids have been messing around with my iPod.... Cuz afterward my camera roll looks like this:

Comments

Rob-bear said…
So glad to see you back! Hope all of you stay well, and that birthdays are well-celebrated.

The Irish "twins"? For those of us familiar with normal biology, this will take some explanation.

Blessings and Bear hugs (and please stay away form zombies).

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