I am just reading your comment today that you left it a while back for me! So sorry. I haven't logged onto this site in a while. I'd love to network with other mom's in Colorado. Most of my Mom friends live in Massachusetts. And now that I am back to work full time I am not at the school everyday so I don't know as many people.
btw I have been a fan of Pikes Peak Parent on FB for a while now. GREAT information.
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The Pioneers Museum is having a free event, Hooray for Colorado Day, tomorrow starting at 10 a.m. Some of the activities include chalk art, egg and spoon races, balloon animals, a scavenger hunt and free ice cream. For complete information see events.gazette.com.
The weather forecast is partly cloudy, a high of 80 degrees.
Happy Friday to all.
Hey ladies, enjoying the cooler weather? On gazette.com: 52 degrees with an expected high of 68. Not bad. There is a thunderstorm lurking, however. So, remember those umbrellas. Hope you're all having a great day. What's up?
Aha! That's how I knew your name! I think we met at Med Cafe a couple years ago. I have never been to the AuthorFest but am teaching at workshop this year. Seems like a lot more women than men, but that's usually the case with the PP Writers Conference too.
I've got tons of parenting articles if you ever need filler. Just tell me where to send a list. Lisa used a couple but I can't remember which for the life of me... ; )
Tell Steve I said hello. I haven't seen him in a few years I think!
Glad you joined Twitter Moms! Sounds like you're a busy mom! My children are both in college now (Stanford Medical School and Claremont McKenna College) and I'm reaching out to share some tips that worked for me when I was raising little ones.
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Whether you're a stay-at-home or a working mom, this program gives you the freedom to have your cake and eat it too! I enjoyed being a mom, working in a career I love, and watching my girls blossom with a program that I set up just for them. They now tell me that it was the best gift I could have given them!
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