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Erin go What? (access required)

I have Irish blood in me and although the Kennedys probably can claim the lineage better than me, I do have some of the Emerald Isle’s tendencies...

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Ombre Easter Eggs (access required)

Continue the ombre trend that seems to be popping up everywhere from nail polish to hair color to fashion by dip-dying your Easter eggs this year. The ombre effect is a gradation of color that is darker at one end and gradually lightens...

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Trapped in a closet (access required)

Mischief here. Because our Not-Very-Good Weekend ended with a Very Bad Day, and it was all Trouble’s fault, I’m taking over this blog to tell the tale. Trouble can just sit in the corner and think about what he did while I type...

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Just keep swimming… (access required)

I recently treated myself to a day off. I had everything planned out: I was going to sleep in, get my hair cut and go swimming. It was going to be my day and nothing was going to stop me...

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Are you delusional? (access required)

My husband and I are hopelessly delusional. He considers himself a romantic poet and I deem myself a triple diamond skier. We’re both wrong, of course and reality hit us both recently...

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Lessons in reading (access required)

This week I volunteered to participate in 500 Men Reading, a program where guys from around the Harrisburg region took the time to read to local elementary school students. It was a huge success...

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Get out and get cleaning! (access required)

The days are getting longer and the air is getting warmer, which means spring is on its way. In preparation for that wonderful time of year, it’s time to start thinking about cleaning, planting and sprucing up your house...

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Supporting the kids when mom and dad aren’t together (access required)

Kids aren’t cheap and parents are legally required to financially support their children if they are under the age of 18 or still in high school, whether their children live with them or not. And children with special needs may be entitled to support beyond the age of 18. But what happens when parents divorce?

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