The Weekly Ramble: Where I blog like it’s 2004. This week chatting about GMA, a good school week, and sending a kid to college.
Using up what you have (before it goes bad) is a great way to save money and be a better steward of your resources. Last week I had the opportunity to fly to Oakland to advise Becky Worley, a reporter for Good Morning America, on all the food in her pantry and how to she […]
The weekly ramble: where I blog like it’s 2004. Well, this was a wild and crazy week. I flew to Oakland for the day. Yes, the day. I filmed a segment for Good Morning, America, or GMA as they say. It should say OMG. Kinda cool. Kinda weird. ABC had a driver with car arrive at my […]
When I first started homeschooling, I asked my mom, Dr. Veronica Getskow, an early childhood development guru, if there was a book to help me give my kids the same literature-rich experience with hands-on activities that she had given me. It was so much second nature to her, that I think she didn’t realize that […]
The weekly ramble: where I blog like it’s 2004. It was a fun week! My high school French teacher came for lunch. How cool is that? Patty, aka Madame Stephenson had a HUGE influence on me while I was growing up. After graduation, she connected me with Michele and Jean-Marc and their children, my French […]
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