Monthly Archives: January 2014

The four-year-old for the win!

I had big plans for Isaiah while he was home with me today. I pictured the two of us working together in my office.  I would work on my thesis; he would work on his preschool activity book.  Both of us would be making educational magic side-by-side.  The problem was, Isaiah wasn’t going for it. […]
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I just stalked a school bus

I just stalked a school bus. I know it sounds creepy, but let me explain. My little Isaiah doesn’t talk much, and he qualified for services through Douglas County Child Find.  He is the third of my kids that was delayed in speech.  Putting him in his new preschool required a lot of coordination on […]
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One hour a day

I decided that my goal for 2014 was to write for one hour a day on my own personal projects.  When I made that decision, I failed to factor in the fact that I have kids. I have sat down at this computer about 20 times today, and I am pretty sure that I have […]
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Lessons I Learned from Duck Dynasty

I have a love/hate relationship with our plumbing business.  Lately, it’s been leaning more towards hate. The business consumes so much of my time.  I know how I want to contribute my talents to the world, and the plumbing business has nothing to do with that vision.  I understand that it pays my bills.  It […]
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