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Then and Now

A few days ago, I was talking with my kids about voting and how you have to be 18 years old to vote. My daughter asked me how old I was. “36” I answered without much thought. My son chimed in, “That’s two times 18.” I stopped in my tracks. What?!? Can I possibly have […]

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The Girl From On This Day

Like many of my fellow millennials, you have probably been “lucky” enough to have your entire adulthood immortalized on the internet. AOL Chatrooms and MySpace anyone? If you had to have a college email address to create a Facebook account you can relive the best, and unfortunately the worst, of your memories. As ill advised […]

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Printing Your Cell Phone Pictures

Get Your Cell Phone Photos Printed

You see it everywhere: at the park, the gym, restaurants, concerts, theater productions, weddings, the first day of school, church events and even in your home. Cell phones being whipped out to capture a quick picture (or 20!). Those pictures are quickly posted to our favorite social media outlets, looked at for a few hours […]

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The Keeper of Memories

As a soon-to-be mom of twin boys, I had grand plans for documenting their lives. I bought coordinating baby books (which, two years later, are still in their boxes with nary a word written in them). I created a Shutterfly Share Site (which was last updated eighteen months ago) and we bought an expensive camera […]

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Cereal For Dinner

In my last post, I wrote about my love/hate relationship with meal planning and grocery shopping.  This week, I was feeling great about our trip to the grocery store and good about dinner plans, as well.  Ironically, we had cereal for dinner last night. Cereal for dinner was perfect.  Cereal for dinner happened because we took an impromptu […]

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