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I Am Awesome

According to my six year old, I am awesome. The important thing is that I am loved. He brought this to me while I was on the trainer and the knowledge that I am loved and awesome was all it took to get through that ride.

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Zane was home from school again today, spent most of the day on the couch but still gave me smiles when we had to go run an errand.

Zane was home from school again today, spent most of the day on the couch but still gave me smiles when we had to go run an errand.

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This is how Zane tried to leave the house today. It is 20 degrees out there.

This is how Zane tried to leave the house today. It is 20 degrees out there.

 

Megan hooked him up with a more weather appropriate outfit.

Megan hooked him up with a more weather appropriate outfit.

 

 

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For a couple of years, I have worked on this project but only a little here and a little there. Today, I realized I had finally gotten to a point that, if I buckle down, I can be done within a week or so.  A new book – a compilation of Ann’s Running Commentary posts and stories I have told around the dinner table.  Available soon on Kindle and Nook.  Today was spent editing. With the end in sight, any thoughts about an audio version?

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Movie Night

Family Movie Night. Lion King is showing tonight. That one never gets old.

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What To Do With The Kid When School Is Out

I promise I don’t lock him in here on a regular basis. Actually I don’t lock him in there at all. But every time I turn around he has gotten in the crate and even funnier, he manages to coax Misty in with him.

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Megan and I love history and for years we have talked about visiting the Holocaust Museum in DC.  Finally we hired a babysitter for Zane and decided to spend the day at the Museum.  I didn’t take photos inside because it was frowned upon but this quote touched me.  This was engraved just above a pile of shoes that were taken from Jews as they were entering the gas chamber. My heart broke seeing these shoes and represented only a small part of the loss of life.  If you have a day and want to really experience something that will change your life, visit this museum.

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