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About pdalley

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    She Who Kills Threads
  • Birthday 06/22/1967

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    Homeschooling Mom to my 3 boys
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    Lost in the 80's
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    Reading, writing, 24, Justified, The Big Bang Theory, Curriculum Junkie
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    Homeschooling Mom

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    Southeastern NC
  1. My favorite TR biography is 'Mornings on Horseback' http://www.amazon.com/Mornings-Horseback-Extraordinary-Vanished-Roosevelt/dp/0671447548/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1412302156&sr=1-1&keywords=mornings+on+horseback (He's the one who wrote the great John Adams bio that HBO turned into a great miniseries.) There's also a mini series the boys and I watched called 'The Rough Riders' about TR - http://www.amazon.com/Rough-Riders-Tom-Berenger/dp/B000EOTUSA/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1412302319&sr=8-2&keywords=The+rough+riders I think anything Ken Burns does is gr
  2. It was probably a middle of the night glitch because it's fine now. :)
  3. I've tried since my last visit, 24 hours, a week, etc. Says no new content found though of course there is. Thanks
  4. I only had one picture I posted - of a famous horse - that I could find and I deleted it. The rest were embedded Youtube videos but if someone finds something report it or let me know and I'll get it ASAP. Sorry you are dealing with this Susan. The avatar is me - circa 1985. I paid a pretty penny for those pictures as a HS senior and Olan Mills is free to contact me. Believe it or not - my grandmother SAVED the receipt and I still have it. It was in her belongings when she passed. :lol:
  5. :grouphug: Rosie, I'm so very sorry.

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    I have the other three years in Classic format. I am using the current DE version but I also like having the Classic format as well. I do not need the Loom. Thanks


  7. You can use different SOS grade levels - each subject has its own grade level. You can buy the complete grade year or subject by subject. Like Fourth grade everything else but third grade Math. Teaching Textbooks could work for math - it's really worked with my kid that struggles with math. Good to 'see' you again. :)
  8. I can from the BCBS rate quote - https://www.bcbsnc.com/assets/shopper/public/quote/#/ Just enter your info and it will give you some plans. Once you select one on the left hand side it will say 'Find a Doctor'. I did a search from there.
  9. In NC you can but that's mainly due to only BCBS being the only provider in the exchange. I was able to check that DH's dr was taking the plan we wound up selecting. There were notes as to 2013 and 2014 and the plans they accepted. Some were at a higher co-pay depending on the plan but it was like a $5 difference. I had honestly given up all hope until I was put in touch with an agent. It's worth trying to find one to help you through this mess. If you're in NC shoot me a PM and I'll send you the info on the one I know. He could make a referral if he couldn't help.
  10. My agent went through the exchange, spoke with people at Healtcare.gov and gave them all our information. They said we qualified for a subsidy. He proceeded with the application based on what Healthcare.gov told him via phone. No, the cost of the coverage for DH alone is over 9.5 percent of his gross and that's with the employer picking up 50 percent. My husband is 61 - that makes his rate very high.
  11. Our agent said if it was more than 9 percent (or close to that) for employer based insurance then we became eligible for the subsidy. It is my understanding he got that information directly through the Marketplace (they were on hold for two plus hours to get said information). DH was laid off in July and now works for a much smaller employer. The coverage offered through this employer was 1500 a month - for just DH and me. He makes less than 30 K per year - salaried. The boys are covered through Medicaid - SSI. I had already applied and was turned down for Medicaid before finding th
  12. Wood smoke takes me back to my grandparent's house. When I smell it I can hear the screen door slamming as yet another one came through the door. They had 13 kids - my Dad was one - and their house was always full to bursting with people and love. I love the smell of gardenias too. There are many smells that take me back but wood smoke is the strongest.
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