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I blog about what's on my mind at the moment--getting my children to turn off the TV and get out the playdough, a good pot of soup, my latest sewing project, or how my two year-old pulled my knitting off its needles while my four year-old was wrapping presents in her room with my roll of aluminum foil...you just never know.

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