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A Short Blog for Cleva Re: Squash/Pear/ Ginger Soup Recipe

Monday, October 04, 2010

For my friend(s) Down Under who have different names for their veggies:

The squash I used for the soup recipe was a buttercup squash. It is meaty like a pumpkin, and I would guess that you could substitute pumpkin if you don't have winter squash. Butternut or acorn squash would work as well.




This is what I call a sweet potato. I think of a yam as a more starchy vegetable, but I think some people refer to sweet potatoes as yams. They are not actually potatoes, or even related to them. I do believe they are in the yam family.



I used a medium firm tofu because that was what was available at the grocery store when I was there. I would have selected a softer variety. Since the soup was blended, I don't think it matters.

Mike is diabetic, and was worried about the soup because the squash made it taste sweet. Today I ran my recipe through a nutritional analysis program and found that it actually has a very low glycemic number. Mike is very happy about this because he loved the soup.

For my friends reading this and not having any idea what I am talking about, this is in reference to my previous blog with my soup recipe:

www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_jo
urnal.asp?id=PUDLECRAZY&abepu=true


Chris

  
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MARY1313 10/6/2010 8:01AM

    Well, I'm not in another country, just another part of this country and I had no idea what that squash looked like either LOL!!!

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FLAMENM 10/4/2010 9:42PM

    Sounds very yummy!

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CLEVAGAL 10/4/2010 9:39PM

    ok, what we call pumpkin you call squash and what we call sweet potato you call sweet potato....thanks for the clear up and I will be making the soup this week. Love ya! Cleva xxx

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Vegetarian Recipe; Plus Progress Report

Sunday, October 03, 2010

Yesterday was a stellar day. The weather was cool, crisp and autumnal. I started the day with a walk in the meadow with Stella, then went to the gym to meet with my personal trainer. I walked a mile at 3.5 mph and an incline on the treadmill, worked with 5 lb. hand weights and the weight machines (I have upped most of the settings to 70 - 80 lbs.), went another mile on the elliptical machine, and ended with stretches. I felt wonderfully energized after my workout.

I needed to get to the Farmer's Market, so I called a friend before heading back to town to see if she wanted to go, too. Since she also wanted to go, I parked at her house and we walked the 3/4 miles to the Farmer's Market. My treasures were a gorgeous winter squash, honey crisp apples, red amaranth leaves, Brussel's sprouts on the stalk, freshly dug sweet potatoes, and a lovely mix of different kinds of deep purple, and red/green mustard greens.

After our trip to the Farmer's Market, we walked back to Judy's house. From there, I took my guitar to another friend's house for an afternoon of music with my singing group. We played our instruments and sang for 2 hours. It was glorious!

One more walk got included in the day. I treasure my evening walks in the meadow and woods with Stella, and yesterday evening was perfect for a long walk, albeit chilly.


While I made last night's dinner, I roasted the squash and one of the sweet potatoes for tonight's soup - Squash/Pear/ Ginger Soup. It is vegetarian (but not vegan - for vegan, leave out the sour cream or yogurt).



Squash/Pear/ Ginger Soup

In advance, roast 1 winter squash and 1 sweet potato.
Prepare brown rice.

Remove seeds and peel the squash and sweet potato

Simmer in 2 cups of either homemade vegetable broth or some from the store. Watch the store brands as they may be very high in sodium.

Add 1 pear, 1 Tbs. freshly grated ginger, 1 cup silken tofu, 1 tsp. fresh tarragon, and simmer until the pear is soft and the flavors blended.

In small batches, blend together the soup ingredients (including the broth) and 1 cup cooked brown rice. The soup will be very thick and creamy. Return to heat to keep warm until serving, salt to taste.

Before serving, clip more fresh tarragon for garnish, and swirl in either non-fat sour cream or some Greek yogurt.

My sides included:

steamed fresh Brussel's sprouts with a little olive oil, fresh squeezed lemon juice, and a little salt and pepper

Braised purple mustard greens - saute garlic in olive oil, add greens, stir until wilted, add balsamic vinegar to taste, and cover to steam.

The corm bread was an unsweetened packaged mix, cooked and served with a little hot pepper jelly.




We don't always have dessert, but I often fix it on Sunday. This evening's dessert is apple crisp.

Chop Granny Smith and honey crisp apples (organic of you can get them), add chopped walnuts, sunflower seeds, and dried cranberries. Grate a little lemon rind over the apples, then cover with the crisp.

The crisp is old fashioned oats, wheat germ, softened butter, a sprinkle of brown sugar, and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Mix together with your fingers, then cook for 20 minutes at 375 degrees.


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My singing group and I met again today for another 2 hours of music, and after blogging, I will take Stella out for our evening walk, then get a little yoga in before my evening reading.

My big failure this weekend was sleep. As I posted in an earlier blog, I have joined the Better Sleep Challenge. After yesterday's great music and exercise, I was certain I would sleep long and soundly. I followed my goals, entered my sleep journal data, read my book (The Forgotten Garden, by Kate Morton), had a hot and luxurious bath and curled up in bed at 10:00. I felt relaxed and unstressed. However, after 2 hours, I was no closer to being asleep than I was in the middle of the day! At that point, I gave up and got up to read. I read until, finally, after 2:00 AM, I drifted off to sleep. I 'slept in' until 7:00.

I have to say, I was very confused about this because I had made a point of de-stressing and relaxing. Then it occurred to me that before our music session, my friend had prepared coffee, which, silly me, I thought was decaffeinated. I checked with her today, and indeed, it was caffeinated. I love my coffee and have a couple of cups of delicious, dark, strong, bold coffee each morning. But never, ever in the afternoon because it does keep me from falling asleep. Hopefully, tonight will be a good sleeping night.

Here's something I do not understand, not that it's a big thing, but it is a curious thing. Several people have congratulated me on my Consistency Award. The thing is, even on the months when I log in every single day, I never get a Perfect Attendance Award. I know there have been many months, including Sept., when I logged in every day, but I continually get Consistency Awards. Like I said, it isn't a big thing at all, but I wonder if there is a piece of logging in that I miss, so my data isn't entered in the data bank.

Overall, with the exception of last night's sleeplessness, it has been just the restful and enjoyable weekend I needed after a long and difficult work week.

Have a lovely week, my friends!

  
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MJLUVSANIMALS 10/4/2010 7:28PM

    Your soup looked fantastic, copied so I could try. I don't have the luxury of a farmers market here, in the High desert in California, sigh... but if I did, I would go so wild. You really know how to put it together. Wonderful, wonderful MJ

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LADYNETTIE 10/4/2010 7:13PM

    What a beautiful blog post! My mouth actually watered when I saw that soup. I need to make it!! I just love soup!!
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PENNYAN45 10/4/2010 4:00PM

    Thanks for another recipe for what looks like a delicious soup!

Wishing you a great October ahead!!

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HOPERISING 10/3/2010 9:51PM

    Your dinner looks glorious. Would you be my personal chef? LOL

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MARY1313 10/3/2010 9:15PM

    Yes the consistency award is based on wheel spins!

I think you will certainly be able to sleep with the extra exercising you are doing.

Great recipes!!!

Have a wonderful week.

Mary

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 10/3/2010 8:36PM

    I believe that it is based on spinning the spark wheel, not on simply logging in. It is confusing, however. The article that introduces the awards doesn't mention a "perfect attendance" award. But it does say that there are two levels for the Consistency Award -- one for spinning at least 20 times a month and one for spinning every day. So my guess (which is just that) is that the Perfect Attendance Award is for spinning every day and the Consistency Award is for spinning at least 20 times a month:

http://www.sparkpeopl
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WATERMELLEN 10/3/2010 6:37PM

    Mmmmm. Your recipes sound delicious: and essence-of-fall!!

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OLDERDANDRT 10/3/2010 6:18PM

    You are doing so well!! Had a problem, identified it, came up with a plan, followed the plan! Very good!!! From now on, though, be sure your evening beverage is herbal tea or water or decaf. something! hehe You had no way of knowing and being a relaxing, fun thing (music) you were doing, it wasn't on your mind that it might not be decaf!
Sounds great! That soup is making my mouth water! A lovely dinner!! I may try that one out!
Give Stella a lengthy tummy rub for me!!! And a kiss on the snout!

Hugs,
Jayne

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Sleep Challenge and Me

Friday, October 01, 2010



I joined the Official Better Sleep Challenge yesterday. I have been sleeping more comfortably since I got my Sleep Number Bed, but I am just not a good sleeper. While I am not being woken up every half hour with searing hip pain any more, my mind does not shut off very well, so falling asleep can be difficult, and deep sleep, elusive. Since this is a chronic problem, I have spent years reading about good sleep habits and trying many techniques for falling and staying asleep. If you have a recommendation for me, I've probably already tried it. One thing I haven't tried before is sleep journaling, so I am trying this in conjunction with the Sleep Challenge.

Last night, I made certain I got off the computer an hour before going to bed and spent time reading instead. After that, my normal bedtime routine: a warm soak, Alexander style 'Constructive Rest', and slow deep breathing, with my warm poodle curled up in a ball next to me. It took me an hour to fall asleep and I woke up 5 times during the night.

Stressors before bed were:

This has been a really tough week at work for me. The classroom dynamics and some individual children's behaviors have been challenging. I am a seasoned teacher, so none of this was out of control, but the very act of controlling it and making a positive learning environment in spite of the difficulties posed, was tiring and stressful.

In addition to having had to work a six day work week, I have had to conference with a couple of parents about their children's behavior after school. It is time well spent, since resolving behavior issues is really a collaborative effort. But, on a week that has already been difficult, those extra hours take a toll on my stress levels.

Last night was also my Room Meeting night, so I worked another 10 hour day. I was sad to have only 5 parents show up; I put a lot of time and effort into providing time for parents to come in and talk about the program and share ideas.

One more stressor has been preparing for my trip to Martha's Vineyard in two weeks. As I have reported earlier, I have a phobia of flying which I have been keeping under wraps, but honestly, keeping it under control takes energy! And of course, I am worried about my brother's battle with cancer - the reason I am going on the trip in the first place.

I see all of these things as contributors to my inability to shut off my mind and fall into a deep sleep when my head hits the pillow.

My goals:

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emoticon Ultimately, be able to sleep like Tex and Stella!




Wish me luck!

  
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MCSNYDER1 10/1/2010 4:43PM

    This is all good information! Thanks and I hope you get a good night's sleep tonight! Oh, and thank you! (I guess!)---piriform issues!!! PT here I come!

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KERISMA 10/1/2010 2:29PM

    Good luck! Way to stay positive :)

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PATRICIAANN46 10/1/2010 2:05PM

  I, too, have had sleep problems for years. The 2 things that have worked well for me the past year are:
1. I save a healthy snack of Multi-Grain Cheerios and milk for right before bed.
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2. I sleep with a fan (blowing away from me) on low. It is a very quiet sound that covers any other sounds that might wake me up.

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Jayne

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KRITTERKEEPERS 10/1/2010 10:59AM

    It sounds like you are taking constructive steps to resolve your sleep issues. Many years ago I had some severe sleep issues and my doctor taught me to use muscle contraction/relaxation to be able to relax my body and mind. I was supposed to practice the technique 10 times a day. The result is that I can fall asleep in less than 5 minutes after I go to bed. You start with your toes and work your way up your body consciously contracting and then relaxing each muscle group. By the time I get to my knees, I'm asleep!
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MARY1313 10/1/2010 9:04AM

    I have suffered from insomnia since menopause started. I am like you and have read every article, and tried every suggestion. Melatonin didn't work for me, nor can I take sleeping pills. I just refuse to take any hallucinogens. That's what the sleep drugs of today are and you always build up a "need" for them. NOPE! So I muddle through. but honestly there have been times when I went 5 days without sleep. I would be so tired that I would be afraid to drive myself to work.

I had a sleep study. No sleep apnea or anything like that.

I wish you luck on your journaling. I haven't tried that yet.

Prayers for your brother my friend. My brother has prostate cancer too. I hate cancer.

As for a fear of flying. I am a white knuckle flyer too. Are there natural things you can take from the health food store to calm you during your flight?

Mary

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DOR2BFIT 10/1/2010 8:42AM

    Good luck with your sleeping issues.
Boy that really says a lot about your class that only 5 parents showed up to your Room Meeting night- what's up with that?

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CLAUDECF 10/1/2010 7:12AM

    I'm with you, have always had trouble getting enough sleep.
I too am trying to keep a journal. Let's see what happens!
I have less trouble shutting off my mind now that I am not working any more, but it doesn't really help me sleep more. It's different, less stress.
IURYTR is right it would be great to be able to behave like dogs or cats!
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MEOWMAMA3 10/1/2010 7:12AM

    Just wondering if exercise close to bedtime would invigorate you or lull you to sleep. I got this idea from Sparky the Cat. Have Mike make you chase mousies for an hour before bedtime! lol! I feel for you. I love my sleep and rarely have problems with mine, but lately I'm suffering with a very painful muscle in my side that only hurts when I twist to roll over, and I rock and roll all night. Think I need a new bed too. Mine is 9 years old. Have you tried one of those sound machines? Good luck and sweet dreams! (And stay on those parents!)

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IUHRYTR 10/1/2010 7:01AM

    I admire dogs for their ability to lie down and be snoring in less than a minute. Too bad we're able to do that. Even when I'm asleep it feels like you experience that the mind just does not shut down. Makes for a tiring day. Hope your journaling and routine work for you. emoticon -- Lou

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All Stressed Out and Nowhere to Go

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Is it the full moon?

The change of seasons?

The change of barometer?

What?????

My students were bonkers both yesterday and today.

I knew this school year would be difficult. The group I have now is the one of those that have a ripple effect through a school because the group is challenging to teach. I chose not to be on the board this year because I am looking to keep stress at a manageable level.

But these last two days, I have just wished I was in a good financial position to retire.

And I am a positive person.

Too many children with impulsivity control issues, oppositional behavior, and obsessive behavior in one class makes teaching very difficult. And very stressful. Add to that a few children who constantly interrupt...

It's not that I'm not up to it. It's not that each child isn't individually a good person at heart. It's not that I don't believe each and every one of them can mature into absolutely wonderful people who make the most of their lives. It's not that I don't have the classroom under control.

It's just that I have come home from work with a gi-normic head ache the last couple of days, I have been grinding my teeth at night, and I feel stressed out. Being calm, level, and firm all day takes it out of me. I am missing the joy of teaching right now.

I know this will pass, things will smooth out again, but friends, right now, this evening, I wish I were retired.

  
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DOR2BFIT 10/1/2010 8:37AM

    If anyone can make this class come together, it's you! emoticon emoticon
I am so glad my classes only last a quarter, and at the end of the quarter, it's a new batch!

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STARLASUE 9/30/2010 7:43AM

    Sending you lots of healing energy. Hang in there.

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MARY1313 9/29/2010 11:37PM

    Oh goodness, I would imagine that being a teacher is the hardest job on the planet and frankly, as much as I love children, there is not enough money on this earth to make me want to spend 8 or more hours a day with other people's children, that haven't given them the attention that they need in order to be in main stream America.

And at this time, with you trying to also focus on YOU and trying to get your body problems under control, no wonder you are gritting your teeth at night.

I do that too when I am under stress. the way I alleviate it is I slip my tongue between my teeth, which unclenches my jaw. I then tell each part of my body to relax itself, from my toes all the way to my scalp. and then I just AM. I stay that way for a bit and eventually drift off.

I hope things smooth down quickly for you and I'm glad that you are venting here. That way, you aren't keep it inside which would make you grit your teeth during the day too. And you may be, that may be what the headaches are about.

Hugs

Mary

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MARYMAC45 9/29/2010 9:57PM

    Chris, I really feel for you. I said a prayer that things will calm down & work out for you. Our family LOVES teachers. Three of my sisters are teachers. We know how difficult it CAn be. Wishing you a good school year. This too will pass.
Mary

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MEOWMAMA3 9/29/2010 8:57PM

    Sounds like my school. It's a whole new world of teaching out here. I'm right with you sister! Hang in there and do what feels right as far as handling them....but I say don't be afraid to show them a tougher side of you if that's what's needed. I'm so dog tired right now that I literally can't type or I'd try to give you some better feedback. I left school today at 7pm and brought home 70 tests to mark. I think I'll get up an hour early instead. Take it easy and keep the faith.

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IUHRYTR 9/28/2010 10:37PM

    As a student, I was taught to be respectful and quiet in class unless I was participating in a discussion or answering a question. It bothered me that some others continually disrupted the class. Those students like me share your stress and frustration. Praying it all gets under control soon, or that you win the lottery. emoticon -- Lou

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WATERMELLEN 9/28/2010 9:49PM

    I've had that "policing" experience while teaching and it's dispiriting for sure. My students were much older (college age) and the technique I used (absenting myself from the classroom for several lectures until they came looking for me in my office and "invited" me back: then recommencing with the lecture we would have been at had they permitted me to teach) was very effective with that age group but would not work with yours. Is there a small variation on this approach that would be salutary, however?

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PUDLECRAZY 9/28/2010 9:27PM

    Thank you, Friends, for your kind words and support.

Julie, I have worked in an 'alternative' school, too - what a job! I'd rather be selling donuts too! emoticon

Fortunately, while I have children with emotional and behavioral issues this year, it isn't nearly as tough as that. Annoying more than anything. The thing is, over the years I have loved teaching where I do because I could really teach. And love teaching. This year I feel more like I'm policing. Not fun. I am creative, positive (although certifiably cranky this evening), and experienced enough to turn this around. I expect the children and I to have a wonderful year.

Tonight I just had to let out my crankiness somewhere, and blogging about it seemed much more productive than being grumpy in class where firm calmness is so much more effective.

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MCSNYDER1 9/28/2010 9:25PM

    Oh no! I really feel your pain! Last year, of my 19 students, I had 8, yes 8, that didn't care about anything! There behavior was horrid, they had no respect for each other OR themselves, and academics was the last thing on their mind! But what upset me the most was that these children have a LOT of potential!!!!! These children COULD do anything they wanted...they just didn't want to do anything!!!!

I am the teacher who can motivate a potato!!! I am the teacher that parents want their child to have!!!!! I am the teacher with a well disciplined, well taught, HAPPY classroom!!!!! I am the teacher who's classroom is always electrified with learning, creating, inspiring......But not last year!!! It about killed me!!!!

I woke up every morning and I prayed. I prayed for patience. I prayed for an "awakening" of enthusiasm in my students. I prayed that I wouldn't say out loud what I was thinking!!! I prayed that I would make a difference in just one child's life that day.

I finally decided that I just had "one of those groups"...a bad combination of children. So, I reminded myself each morning (after that prayer), that they were just little children. They had only been on this planet for 8 years. They were expected to do academic work that the year before had been taught to 4th graders---and they were in 3rd grade! (the state of tennessee decided to drop the math curriculum down a year. My 3rd graders were doing 4th grade math without ever having been taught 3rd grade math)--only a politician could come up with that.

When I changed my attitude and learned to pick my battles with certain children, the good days began to outweigh the bad! I survived and so did they.

Good luck, my spark friend!

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YW84FRIDAY 9/28/2010 9:10PM

  Personally, I think teachers deserve combat pay! I worked at an Alternative School (lock down facility) with 70 EBD students aged 5 - 20. I was just the secretary, but it still took a toll on me. Several times a day the walkie talkies would go off announcing a "runner", which is what we called the little ones when they decided to go on a freedom run. I was expected to lock the staff lunchroom (to keep them away from knifes), to lock the offices behind my desk and then to leap over the reception desk and block the front entrance while this kid was running at me full speed, head down, and determined to get out the front door. Whew! I finally had to admit that I left my phone booth and cape at home and, without my superhero powers, I was too fat and old to get over that desk very quickly.

I now sell donuts. It's much safer and nobody (well almost nobody) is throwing things at me. LOL!

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CLEVAGAL 9/28/2010 9:05PM

    Oh dear, you're right though, it will pass. Just remember the important job you have with those little cherubs, shaping them into good people who love to learn....

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0309COOKIE 9/28/2010 9:03PM

    I said a prayer that things would calm down for you and will keep you in my prayers.

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GINADOWNUNDER 9/28/2010 8:08PM

    It's hard in your job when you know these are the students you will have for the entire year. At least as a nurse if I have a challenging group of patients this week some will be discharged and new faces will arrive to change the mix.
Good luck.

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Stella Goes Back to School

Monday, September 27, 2010

Today was Stella's first day back at school since school began. The children, and even the parents, have been asking after her since August. I have delightful children in my class, but a few of those delightful children have a hard time settling in. I wanted to wait until everyone was settled in to the routine and calm before bringing back their favorite little silver therapy dog.





Stella was as happy to be back as the children were to see her. She has really matured over the summer; as excited as she was, she was a perfect angel all day. I think her favorite job at school is snuggling in with the children while they are working or reading. She seems to know just who to snuggle up with.

Now that she is home, she is a total maniac. It is as if she knew she had to be calm at school, and held in all of her rambunctiousness. Once at home, she has had a bad case of the ZOOMIES! Weeeee!!!!

  
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MARY1313 9/29/2010 11:30PM

    Awww everyone loves stella and me too!!!

Mary

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YW84FRIDAY 9/28/2010 8:56PM

  That's awesome! Isn't it amazing how the presence of a dog can calm kids down enough to help them focus?

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STARLASUE 9/28/2010 12:06PM

    That is so cool. Way to go to teacher and Stella!

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OLDERDANDRT 9/28/2010 11:04AM

    Oh, Stella, love!! You go girl!!! Not every sweet puppy gets to go to work with their momma!! I know you must just love being with the kids and having momma right there, too! I can just imagine the pent up energy you had to burn when you got home, too!!!
Great blog! Thanks for letting us know about Stella's first day back to school! I bet it was a scream watching her run off that extra energy once back home!

Hugs to you both!!
Jayne

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DOR2BFIT 9/28/2010 8:04AM

    She is a love! emoticon

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KRITTERKEEPERS 9/28/2010 12:28AM

    She looks perfectly content!

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DELAPIS 9/27/2010 11:47PM

    Yeah Stella! You're one lucky girl! Mommy says that she would have loved to have been able to take Strudel with her to school, but they wouldn't allow it. I just know that you were a good girl too!

Maybe Mommy will be able to take me with her when she reads to the students this year. She will have to get special permission. I'll let you know if I get to go with her.

Poodle kisses,
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IUHRYTR 9/27/2010 8:15PM

    That is terrific that you can take her with you to school. The kids just have to love her as all of, her Internet buddies, do. -- Lou

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CLEVAGAL 9/27/2010 7:15PM

    Its amazing how animals pick up on energy. Especially too that she is a 'working' dog, she knows to be calm when she is 'working'. Our Gracie gets very serious and calm when we put her 'work' coat on her and take her out. Often we have to put bottles of water in the pockets so she feels 'worked/'. Then whwn we come home we have crazy runs around the backyard!!!!
Cleva xxx

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0309COOKIE 9/27/2010 6:06PM

    Well, now doesn't she look like just the perfect little angel that she is!

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DASARMEHASEN 9/27/2010 5:37PM

    adorable. she looks right at home on that couch ^_^

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