Monthly Archives: December 2009

New Year, New Me?

Sure it’s cliche to have New Year’s resolutions. But I’m a fan of goals and lists, mostly lists, but goals too. I find that if I list them out, they become kind of an obsession and therefore I focus on them. Let me preface by saying that if I don’t accomplish all of my goals, […]

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Lying and why Santa can be a bit of a jerk

I’m a fan of lying to my kids- I am. I know some people who are totally against this practice. To you I say, FOOLS! There is a narrow window in their little lives when I can tell them things and they will rarely question me. Now let me preface all of this, I don’t […]

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E! True Noblesville Story: Annie Page (Chipper)

No really, I am nuts – so if you belong to Facebook you’ve seen the 5’8″ squirrel on my profile picture. Yes, that would be me. Here’s the story: My son goes to Forest Hill, our mascot is “Chipper” the chipmunk. Over the years Chipper has gotten kind of ratty and smelly and well it […]

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Nachos and Gingerbread

On Sunday I worked the Colts game – Jon is on the swim team and as a parent I can earn money towards his monthly dues by working events at Lucas Oil. Not a bad gig – it’s a lot of work and I’m gone all day (8-6), but I get to serve nachos and […]

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Kaden

So I have been painting, SURPRISE – I wanted to do a little painting for my nephew Kaden, who is about 15 months old. His room is done in navy, dark red and beige and in typical boy fashion: sports. His dad, my brother in law, is the only other sports lover in the family, […]

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