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This is the roving reporter live from the Boll garage in the Breton Bay neighborhood of Leonardtown, Maryland. You’ll see that all around me are boxes. Some full, some empty. The boxes are stacked as high as an adult in … Continue reading
Last night, hubby asked me how I was feeling about the move. “I really can’t complain,” I started, then I did. Everyone in the community as been welcoming and friendly, the kids are making friends, the house is lovely, the … Continue reading
1. Hot, hot, hot here in Southern Maryland. 2. So exciting to see small boy taking safe risks like jumping off the diving board and diving off the side of the pool into the deep end. There is something to … Continue reading
I am at the Leonardtown Library and have met all the children’s librarians and their assistants. We have our library cards and I now I am reconnecting with the world. We got here on Sunday after an all-day drive from … Continue reading
1. “I’m moving” is a good excuse for many things. Especially the emotional roller coaster that I’m on. It swings from I’m-all-business-and-have-a-”to do”-list-to-complete to I-need-a-two-hour-nap-and-a-good-cry. 2. Many things feel like “lasts”. This is last time I’m… (fill in the blank.) … Continue reading
It is late for me but I feel that I have to post just to say that I’ve written something today. Generally I take the weekends off but get right back to work on Monday. This day was just packed … Continue reading