I had a very smart, very tall son. 20 years ago, as a young mother, I didn't know any better and figured big and smart was all he needed to be. He was emotionally immature, however, and he struggled each year. Finally, after his 6th grade year, we moved, and had him repeat the 6th grade. HE came to US and told us how much better it was, finally his friends acted like him!
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I use my ziplist app to scan the barcodes of grocery items as they become empty. (21st century, as opposed to the list stuck to the front of the fridge) thanks for the reminder that not everything needs or wants to be refrigerated.
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