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Life as a Field Trip
Pretty intimidating, right?

Picture it: A bookworm girl in her junior year of high school. 1990-something.

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If Tombstones Could Talk

If Tombstones Could Talk {Life as a Field Trip}

I’ve never feared cemeteries. As a child I wandered the small cemetery where my relatives were buried, imagining the stories of so many of the people buried there. Last night I got to walk through Green Bay’s Woodlawn Cemetery and talk with its residents, hear their stories.

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Diary of a Dog Sitter (by a totally under-qualified goldfish owner)

Diary of a Dog Sitter (by a totally under-qualified goldfish owner) {Life as a Field Trip}

We own a goldfish. We did own three goldfish, now there’s just one hearty (and quite frankly, lucky as heck) goldfish. Goldfish are about the neediest pets we can handle. Then I offered to watch my parents’ dog…for four weeks.

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First Day of School: The Reality

On Facebook, my son’s first day of school look like this.

First Day School: the Reallity {Life as a Field Trip}

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Lewis & Clark Summer Expedition: Week Nine

Lewis & Clark Summer Expedition for Kids {Life as a Field Trip}

Explorer’s Choice

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