Archive | January, 2011
Cleveland Museum of Natural History in Cleveland, OH

Cleveland Museum of Natural History in Cleveland, OH

Another great post from iCate!! She is an adorable girl who gives me awesome pointers on running.  Cate is currently a SAHM who was laid off from corporate America two years ago. She used to work project plans – and now spends her days building forts, managing play-doh and legos, and reading countless books with [...]

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The Laurie Berkner Band Coming to the Palace Theater Feb. 13, 2011

The Laurie Berkner Band Coming to the Palace Theater Feb. 13, 2011

The Laurie Berkner Band has a special place in my heart. Her music was the first kiddie CD I picked up at the library when my darling daughter was 5 months old. I was looking for fun kid-friendly music that wasn’t Little Einstein or lullabies – or that electronic synthesized stuff – and I happened [...]

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Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland, OH

Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland, OH

This post is from my first guest blogger of the new year!! She is an adorable girl who gives me awesome pointers on running.  Cate is currently a SAHM who was laid off from corporate America two years ago. She used to work project plans – and now spends her days building forts, managing play-doh [...]

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Cirque du Soleil’s Dralion Coming Feb. 9 – 13, 2011 to the Schottenstein Center

Cirque du Soleil’s Dralion Coming Feb. 9 – 13, 2011 to the Schottenstein Center

I am a huge Cirque fan and have seen performances in New York, Disney, Las Vegas, and here in our lovely city of Columbus. The performances are full of amazing acrobatics, dancing, music, eccentric costumes, and there is always a unique theme. Coming to Columbus in February is Dralion. The theme is “East Meets West” [...]

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Field Sports in Dublin, Ohio

Field Sports in Dublin, Ohio

A huge open space with three to four open indoor fields, bounce houses, basketball hoops, balls, tents, and arcade games – and only $7/child (2 and under are free with a paid admission). Does this sound like fun to you and your child who’ve been stuck inside (I mean, c’mom, sledding and building snowmen really [...]

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AEP’s smartGrid – Energy and the New Year

AEP’s smartGrid – Energy and the New Year

Nothing changes lifestyles and behaviors more than the start of a new year…at least for a while, anyhow. One of the holiday conversations I had with my mom was about losing weight as one of my New Year’s resolutions. I dumped it, because after being honest with myself, I decided that I needed resolutions were [...]

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