What’s on Your Thanksgiving Menu?

Typical American Thanksgiving fare, as dictated to my daughter, “ham; mashed potatoes; dressing; green bean casserole; sweet potatoes; salad; pumkin [sic]-pie” …minus the semi-colons. We’re having a quiet Thanksgiving around here, just the four of us: me and the kiddos. We contemplated driving to my family in Kansas, but Conner nixed it: didn’t want to
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The Activities That Almost Were (and the cost of the ones that are).

It took a few weeks for us to settle into our Fall routine of school and various activities. Mainly because my kids kept changing their minds about what they wanted to do! I’m no soccer mom. But. I’m all about dabbling at the younger ages: what better time for them to explore all that is
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Personal Finance Update. Come link yours!

Debt Balances as of the End of October 2010: First Mortgage:  $169,668.33 Credit Card Transfer #1: $23,875.00 Credit Card Transfer #2:  $6,700 Rental Property:  $107,001.45 Total Debt:  $307,244.78 This is a difference of –$824.56 in principle from the $308,069.34 owed in primary and rental mortgage debt* at the end of September. *The credit card transfers
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