Monthly Archives: March 2009

DJ’s Cub Scout Journey

DJ has had an amazing journey with Cub Scouts, and I hope his journey into Boy Scouts is just as amazing.    When DJ became old enough to join, he was set against it.   He would not wear a neckerchief (the … Continue reading

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Assessing the Damage

Once the dryers are removed, it is now time to assess the damage.  I will be getting new: 1)       Hardware Floors 2)      Vinyl in the Kitchen 3)      Vinyl in upstairs Bathroom 4)      Vinyl in the downstairs Bathroom 5)      Paint in … Continue reading

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Toliet Paper in the Sink

Storico called out a plumber, and he started checking for leaks.  He can not find leaks…..He could only find TOLIET PAPER in the sink.   Supposedly toilet paper caused all this damage.   I am having a hard time with this, since … Continue reading

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Down Comes the Ceiling

As we are assessing the damage, I am sure that it will not be that bad.   Luckily my income tax check just came in.   Then my ceiling starts to cave.   Everyone says I must call the insurance company.   I don’t … Continue reading

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Frozen Pipes

After arriving home from the doctor visit, we found that our pipes were frozen.  I wasn’t sure what do to, so I didn’t nothing…lol The next day, I make a few calls and the general consensus was to open the … Continue reading

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DJ’s Asthma

DJ started to cough a few weeks ago over a weekend.  On the following Tuesday, he had a dentist appointment.   He told my mom that his chest hurt like when he had pnemounia.  After the dentist appointment, I called the … Continue reading

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Susie’s Test to Thurman Francis

Most of you know how smart Susie is.  Sometimes, she is too smart for me.   One day, I will be thankful for these great brains of hers, but right now, they keep me on my toes.  When she started preschool, … Continue reading

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