My Final Meal (Journalwithme#13)

This week's journal question is slightly morbid: Describe your death row meal. Ok. First of all, why would I be on death row? What would I have done that would've been so bad that I wound up on death row? I'm definitely not a violent person by any means, and I am not one who …

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The Importance of Self Documenting

I am (if you cannot tell already) a HUGE genealogy nerd. I love anything that has to do with discussing the history of my family, and learning about how we came to be where we are today. Recently I renewed my ancestry membership after about a year of using free alternatives such as familysearch.org, and …

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Am I Like my Parents? (Journalwithme#12)

This week's question is another deep conundrum: "Are you like your parents in any way? What are the similarities and differences between you and your parents?" My parents and I share very minimal similarities. My father and I enjoy politics and trivia, and we're always up for a debate. My mother and I share a …

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A Week’s Worth of Delicious Dinners for Toddlers

Like any mother of a toddler, sometimes it's a challenge to find things that both please them and nourish them. My daughter is one of those children that side eyes freshly prepared food on her plate yet has no problem eating dirt and twigs from the sandbox outside. Nourishment is important, and these are some …

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