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Just Karate, Mom

Posted by rhythmicsonline on August 12, 2010 at 3:46 PM Comments comments (5)

I'll admit it.


 When I found out that Nate was a boy, I was a little worried..  My older two are girls.  I'm a dance teacher by trade.  I don't really like dirt, cars, trains, or war games all that much.  The idea of having a little boy was waaaaaaaaaaay outside my comfort zone, to say the least.  (Now Jerry on the other hand, was thrilled- heck, even the dog was a girl.  He was ready for someone else who wants to sit in the recliner with ...

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Art I Heart

Posted by rhythmicsonline on August 5, 2010 at 10:08 AM Comments comments (0)

Throughout my life, I've been known to be a little eclectic.  I was never a khaki pants & white shirt kind of girl.  Anyone who knows me can atest to the fact that my taste is a little, well, different.  In fact, I keep tossing around the idea of taking Mrs. Becky's art class- my kids love it- but I'm afraid I don't meet the age requirement.  Maybe she'll do an adult class.  Anybody else up for some "art therapy" with me?


I was tha...

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Lexington Arts Scene 101

Posted by rhythmicsonline on August 3, 2010 at 8:17 AM Comments comments (2)

Man, I hate moving.  And right now, I am moving- ugh.  I suppose on the upside, I can purge all of the junk that accumulates when you have a husband, 3 kids & a dog! 


When I was a kid, my mother used to ransack my room, dumping out tons of my "paperwork" (i.e. notes from friends, pictures, etc), tossing out Barbies with no arms, My Little Ponies with matted hair, markers that were dried up- you know, all that junk.  I would watch her in horror as sh...

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Gearing Up For Dance

Posted by rhythmicsonline on August 2, 2010 at 9:50 AM Comments comments (1)

Hello All!


I don't know about you, but I am seriously ready for summer to end!  I always love it and look forward to it, but just like a family vacation, toward the end, I'm always ready for things to go back to normal.  I always look forward to a new school year; the excitement, the expectations- who will my teacher be?  will I make the honor roll? will my friends be in my class?  I still get excited about new school supplies, new shoes, and new bookbag...

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