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Author Topic: Ladies Thread Part 51..Ditching the Old and Bringing in the New....  (Read 22941 times)

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Offline minismom

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Re: Ladies Thread Part 51..Ditching the Old and Bringing in the New....
« Reply #100 on: January 04, 2009, 06:31:16 AM »
Betty, welcome home.  If you visited me, you'd find moutains everywhere, too ;D.  Of course, you wouldn't be escaping the tretuous weather.  Not sure if you need anything for school, but Staples is having a $1.00 sale starting today (Sunday).  It may be worth looking up on their website and seeing if there's anything you'll need.

Veritee, I could go on and on about the improper diagnosis and the whacked out reasoning that we've had to deal with over the last 11 1/2yrs.  It is completely true that doctors "practice medicine".

Viv, sounds like we had the same vacation plans..lol..and got about the same amount of work done.  I have stuff ready for tomorrow, but nothing is revamped the way I wanted it to be.  I went into it with the best of intentions and the worst of motivations.  You were also out the same time we took off.  I felt bad for the teachers who had to go to school on the 24th - and ALL requests for personal time off were rejected.  Here, the teachers get to vote on the callendar during the summer.  So, if that's the callendar they voted for, I don't see where they have room to argue. 

Even on break we continued with some of our work - mainly reading.  Our 2 kindergarteners are reading like crazy and I was worried to give them a 2wk break from their lessons would cause some back-sliding.  Plus, they are the only kids I know who HATE the weekends because they don't have school. :-\  Our older ones, complete opposite (and a bit more normal)

We rented a couple of movies this weekend and have watched them both.  "Eagle Eye" wasn't too bad.  The premise was an old one, but it had enough action to keep me entertained.  "The Dutchess" was interesting and read like a 1700's soap opera, although it's based on a true story.  Good insight into life of the time, but not sure about the story line.  All in all, not a bad movie.

My brother came over yesterday to hang out.  He and my mom will drive to Pittsburgh tonight and stay in a hotel.  His plane leaves early on Monday morning.  They'll be over sometime this afternoon to drop off my parents' dog, Ginger, for us to babysit.  Other than that and church, we have no real plans for today.  We'll probably end up at Staples, but I'm not in the mood to drive into town.

Have a great Sunday!
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Re: Ladies Thread Part 51..Ditching the Old and Bringing in the New....
« Reply #101 on: January 04, 2009, 10:13:39 AM »
Morning ladies,

Andrea, I would love to go visit my sister again, just not sure when that will happen.  My school starts tomorrow also, but of course I'm not teaching.  Good luck.

Veritee, don't worry about what time it says you're posting.  We don't care; we love ya no matter what time it says. :)

Mum, I saw the Staples ad in the paper this morning.  I already have everything I need though.  I hope you're able to get some free time today.

I have piles on my floor in the living room of papers, papers, and more papers.  I went to Kmart yesterday and bought a couple small plastic shelves to try to shove these papers onto and put somewhere else.  The floor really does look messy, and I have to do something about it before it drives me crazy.  I want to take my Christmas stuff down also.  There's not much to take down luckily.  I didn't put up a tree this year since I wasn't here, and there's really no kids here or anyone else.

I was going to go see Doubt yesterday, but it was so cold outside.  I should be used to the cold, but I guess I'm going to have to get back into it gradually.  It's like a shock to the system.  I do want to see that movie though.  If anyone hasn't seen it yet, Slumdog Millionaire is an excellent one.  You'd think where I live, since there are quite a few universities, there would be more good movies here, but no.  I'm waiting to see if they bring Milk here, which I'm dying to see.  Even when the good movies are here, they don't stay long. 

Other than cleaning, I have nothing else planned for today.  I hope you ladies have a good one.
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