Currently Browsing: July 2014

Lindon, UT Needs an L on the Mountain

Mr. Eric has made a fun observation about the mountains in our area. The local universities and cities put large letters on the mountainsides as a show of pride. For example, the University of Utah in Salt Lake City put up a U: About 30 miles south of there, the city of Pleasant Grove, UT […]

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Proud to Be a Geek Girl: Embrace Your Geekness Day

When I was a little girl in the 1980s, my mom (yes, mom 🙂 ) bought this new video game system called the Intellivision. One favorite game was Pitfall, which was a simple Indiana Jones-esque adventure game. She was so good at it and could even do the entire game backwards. There was also Burgertime, […]

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Inspire Your Kids to Brush With These Printable Superhero Cards

As part of our bedtime routine, we help Miss ZZ brush all four of her teeth. She has a soft silicone toothbrush that is shaped like a banana. First I do a little brushing for her, then let her grab it and go to town. She really likes it when Daddy puts the tip of […]

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She Blinded Me With Science Laboratory Bathroom Accessories

It took us about a year and a half to start decorating in the condo we bought. Part of the reason was that we had both been in roommate roulette situations for so long, we never really were able to decorate. We also didn’t quite know how we wanted to go about doing it. This […]

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Trogdor the Burninator Cover…on Cello!

When I was in college, Homestarrunner.com was popular. I would eagerly watch the new Strong Bad emails each week and look for other new cartoons. I own a Trogdor T-shirt and my sister-in-law is in the process of recreating the Trogdor Christmas ornament that she made for me before; sadly, moving over the years had not […]

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