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Science Fun at Liberty Science Center

Science Fun at Liberty Science Center

Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, NJ opened its doors in 1993. I was in high school at the time, so I figured I was too old to go to what I perceived to be a children’s museum. Once I had my son I kept thinking we should head down there as a family, but I just never got around to it for a variety of reasons. I’m happy to report that I have finally rectified this situation. LSC was spectacular. It’s four floors of hands on learning fun with something for all ages. It is definitely not *just* a museum for children. Our first stop was to the Beyond...
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Brace Yourself.

Brace Yourself.

Because summer is the best time to wear a brace on your wrist!

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I Got Invited to a Friend’s House!

I Got Invited to a Friend’s House!

I’m guest blogging over at a friend’s place. Follow me over and check it out!

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It’s Best Not to Wonder.

It’s Best Not to Wonder.

If I had to guess, I’d say my father was probably fishing on Sunday. He once told me that was what he liked to do with his time. He also used to do projects around the house, like that year he spent digging out a basement underneath the cabin he lived in, but I’m not sure he’s in any shape to do that sort of thing anymore. He turned 65 last month. At that age, I guess anything is possible though. I really wouldn’t know. While I did my best to keep the focus of Father’s Day on my husband, thoughts of my own father kept creeping into my mind. I...
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Estate Sale.

Estate Sale.

The drawer was pulled open. The utensils slammed against the back from force. The plastic tray holding them scraped the bottom, the same rattle-scrape for twenty-five years. These knives were once weapons used against us both. I’ll be glad when they’re gone.   To find out what the gargleblaster is, click the badge above. You can read the other entries into the challenge and vote for your favorites on Tuesday. Edited to add: Hey look! I came in 7th and earned myself a top row seven badge. Yay...