You’ve Been Boo’ed

Have you ever been “boo’ed?” Well, I was “boo’ed” just last night. My dogs bark at the wind and I always look outside to be sure no one is there – just in case. This time though, I didn’t look out the door. I was doing the dishes and my mind is busy with school [...]

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Zoo Levy Signs? What Do They Mean?

Have you seen the Zoo levy signs out and about? Wondering what they are all about? Well, I had a conversation with the “people in the know” and got the skinny. If you have further questions please check out their site: www.keepyourzoogreat.com. Your comments are welcome, but please remember I am not a politician. I [...]

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Community Spotlight: Kari Vernon

There are so many incredible people living in Columbus, Ohio. We see many of them chatted about on social media, the news outlets both print and television, but what about our every day people? The people doing extraordinary things each and every day who do not get recognized like they should be recognized? I was [...]

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zpizza Party!

Summer was ending, and the smell of textbooks, pencil shavings and glue sticks was in the air. My kiddos wanted to celebrate school starting by having a few of their friends over for a pizza party. Well, I had been contacted by zpizza about their BYO Jr. Chef Pizza Kit and took advantage of the [...]

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Loveland Castle in Loveland, OH

Visiting Loveland Castle had been on my friend and I’s summer bucket list for years. The kids were too young, our schedules didn’t match, or we just ran out of time. This summer, though, we got lucky and actually made it down there. Loveland Castle is about an hour and half drive and is pretty [...]

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Charity Newsies: Free School Clothes for Kids in Need

(Columbus, OH) – Charity Newsies, the organization that has been providing children with new school clothes since 1907, will implement changes to its application process for the 2015-2016 school year which will result in more children receiving new school clothes before the first day of class. Charity Newsies will begin taking clothing applications beginning in [...]

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Westerville Mini Golf

Mini golf made it on our summer bucket list for this year. We had never been to the course in Westerville off of Schrock Road and decided to check it out for Father’s Day. Mini golf is fun and easy for all levels of putt-putters. Westerville Mini Golf has two 18-hole courses complete with a [...]

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