Archive for October, 2011

October 27, 2011

I’m migrating to Tumblr

I’m in the process of migrating to Tumblr…….the blog will now be hosted at this address:

I will miss you wordpress…..

October 18, 2011

I am the Science Mom

I work one day a week at my son’s cooperative preschool where I also hold a job. Last year at my son’s previous school I was a fundraising parent but this year I am thankfully the Science parent! It’s actually been a pleasure to switch from an adult and money centered job to a kid and activity centered job. Yeah! I am now planning a science project a week and thought I would share some of them here since there are so many great ideas out there.

Last week we did a trash scavenger hunt.

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October 17, 2011

I hear the Sunrise symphony…..

People with dementia have limited, if any, filters. They say what’s on their mind and don’t give a hoot about manners. It can be shocking and hilarious at the same time to watch this in action especially at the dinnertime “symphony” at Sunrise.

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October 14, 2011

I’m sharing a snippet of my work space

A little window into my workspace…at work! I have more workspaces at home. Just thought I ‘d give you a  peek into the desk of an architect/furniture designer.

Happy Friday!

October 10, 2011

I have a new nerdy blog

I have started numerous blogs over the years trying to keep up with my ever changing and expanding list of hobbies….recently  I started documenting my sewing projects online at Sewing My Life Away.

It is so nerdy but I have always been a nerd at heart!

Warning this blog is for sewing enthusiasts only……

October 6, 2011

I’m up for a creative halloween

Halloween is my favorite holiday, by far. Always has been. And Alonzo wholeheartedly agrees! We’ve been making spiders to hang around the house. Egg cartons cut up and painted. Still need to add the legs.  I foresee many more creations for the Halloween set at my house……

October 5, 2011

I lost my daughter at Sunrise

Yesterday I went to feed my mom dinner at her assisted living facility. Clara always asks to come with me and the staff and residents over there love her so I take her as much as I can. Well, last night we were all set up in the dining room, I had my mom at her table along with assorted puzzles and toys for Clara nearby. These occupied Clara’s attention for about 10 minutes before the two year old crazies took over and she wanted to run around. Usually I just let her. It’s a lock-down facility and there is no way she can get out. Typically she’ll run around the halls and come right back to us. After a particularly difficult couple of minutes with my mom yelling at me while I tried to feed her I noticed I could no longer hear Miss Clara’s footsteps. I got up and walked into the hall.

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