Oh, progress . . .

I get it.  Insurance companies are betting on a risk to reward ratio.  I get it, our house currently looks a little too heavy on the risk front.  But, we have a plan!  Unfortunately, our timeline is not the same as our insurance company's. So, we asked friends and family to help us out with …

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Making memories

Ah, summer.  The time of year  families make a little more of an effort to come together.  In NH, that's probably because it's the only season that you can guarantee you can actually get somewhere -- until, of course, you get stuck in all the road repairs. Some of my most favorite growing up memories …

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The annual, “it’s too nice to play inside” post

Seriously, spring/summer is finally here and I can't get enough.  Look! When I have been inside (pretty much only when it's pouring buckets) I have been reading like crazy, and loving it!  Here are some recommendations:   Akata Witch (Young Adult) by Nnedi Okorafor: "Twelve-year-old Sunny Nwazue, an American-born albino child of Nigerian parents, moves with …

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Phil did say there’d be 6 more weeks. . .

You know what they say about the weather in New Hampshire?  If you don't like it, wait five minutes.  Or a day, because yesterday it hit 70 degrees, and today it is snowing.  Hard to see through the jungle, but trust me, it's happening. It is February, so it's okay that it's snowing, it's supposed …

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