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January 31, 2013

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tracy

Mary wishes Julia a very happy birthday! Since she sent a Christmas package in January, her birthday gift will arrive by . . . St. Patrick's day?

Be glad you didn't transplant to MN. I won't even tell you how low the mercury dipped the last few days.

I am taking Mary to a high school open house in March, even though she still has a year. Don't know if that school will work out, as it's an hour away, but we can at least glean some ideas in case we are still homeschooling by then.

Blessings to you and your family!

Tiffany

So good to hear from you, I miss you! I am so proud of Julia, I always worry so much if my kids are learning all they are supposed to know...Julie can agree that Language Arts is always a big concern for me because I feel so inept. I know that must make you especially happy since you were her teacher for so long. I also consider it a big deal for a 9 year old to read The Hobbit. That is not an easy book to read. He will grow as a reader through that book though. Glad Henry is better, Joe is also susceptible to croup and had an episode this morning (yes, he is almost 10). It wasn't bad and actually we've only had to take him to the ER once but it seems that whenever he gets a cold he also gets that barking seal cough. Ollie thinks it might be because of his choking incident as a baby? Who knows. The cool air outside helps him though. Miss you!! Lots of love!

Julie

What a bonus day for me...I got to talk to you on the phone and read a new blog post!! Yay!!

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