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About jaimeanne

I'm me. Graphic designer extraordinaire, urban master teacher of social studies, former adjunct professor, high school principal, and now most importantly-- Mom to the cutest little girl ever. I try to live by the quote, "Work like you don't need money, Love like you've never been hurt, And dance like no one's watching." I believe in Christ, and sometimes I'm just trying to figure out what He wants me to do. This blog chronicles that journey.

For a tribute to the designer of this logo, please click here. It was 8 years ago, yet it feels like yesterday.  I do not generally get teary eyed over much, and I’m almost there.  Thank you to Mr. Glaser … Continue reading

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I’m in a meeting, and I get this text from Dan. . . He was in a taxi with Ava when this conversation ensued. Ava (looks at the TV in the taxi): Do you like the TV? Dan: It’s alright … Continue reading

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For the past year I have sat on the edge of my seat and down on my knees, praying for the well-being of a family of random, blogging strangers– people I don’t think I’ve ever met, but I have lived … Continue reading

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Jaime’s Garden Bolognese Sauce

“It’s refreshing.  So good we should make it when company comes over.”–Dan “This sauce is good,” says the 2 year old. And dear lucky family and friends, I’ll share the recipe with you.  Pofta Buna! (Bon appetit in Romanian) I’ll … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday

Dan & I with Jessica & Bella at Outback in Wilkes Barre, June 2004

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Montmartre & Sacre Coeur

Such a gorgeous area of the city.  I think the pictures speak for themselves. PS–I like the ease of the WordPress Gallery (shown above)–what do you think?  Do you prefer the YouTube slide show (which will be better once we … Continue reading

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Just married–in a constant state of bliss

That was the sign on their apartment door, and as I saw them together, I couldn’t help but realize their love for each other.  To protect their identities from random searches, details are omitted, but know I think the world … Continue reading

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