Monthly Archives: January 2006

who needs subtraction?

What she wore: Purple shirt, black pants, purple clogs.  Some of the kids said I was "stylin’ and profilin’" and others said I looked like Barney. We are now in high gear preparing for standardized tests.  The kids are practicing … Continue reading

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My dogs are barkin’

What she wore: brown plaid capris with a narrow bit of pink, hot pink t-shirt, brown suede loafer-like heels. Well, it was a good day.  I had about a million errands to run after school, though, and now my feet … Continue reading

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wow–Things Fall Apart

Well, I just finished Things Fall Apart and I am blown away.  That is a truly amazing book and I know it will be with me for awhile.  I feel the heaviness still.  I don’t know what I expected, the … Continue reading

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freakin’ beautiful

What she wore: black running pants, grey hornet t-shirt, slip on tennis shoes.  Well, as the title suggests, today is freakin’ beautiful.  I have no idea what the temperature is, but it’s the kind of day where kids are out … Continue reading

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overwhelmed (but who isn’t on Fridays?)

What she wore: red snow boots, blue khakis, and a red turtle neck.  One of the kids said I was wearing the school uniform Well, today I am am overwhelmed by the hole that my kids are in.  When I think … Continue reading

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mini post

What she wore: Gray gauchos with a turquoise stripe, a turquoise top, black knee-high boots.  Well, apparently we can’t have too many weeks pass without a fight–today we had one in the girl’s bathroom.  I mean this stuff is ridiculous.  If … Continue reading

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recovery

What she wore: hot pink courderoys, a black turtleneck sweater, black mules.  Mr. K told me my shoes were cool. I’ll start out of order with the funniest thing that happened to me today.  One of the things that happens … Continue reading

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