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Workin' On It Wednesday

I hope everyone is enjoying their first week of August!
I have been working on such a variety of things - reading, writing, planning, thinking. Yesterday I had to work on getting our water fixed because we had no water when we woke up! Fortunately, it wasn't a very expensive fix and I met some great new guys that we can call in the future if our well gives us trouble again:)


  1. Thanks for the link up, Ellie! I'm off to check out the other links!

    1. Pam, Thanks for linking AND for checking out the other links!

  2. Thank you for the link up! I am your newest follower! Check my blog out too!
    Tales from a Very Busy Teacher

  3. Thank you, Ellie! Much appreciated!

  4. Thank you so much, Ellie! I appreciate the opportunity to link up with you! Best wishes for a wonderful year! ~ Jen

    1. Thanks for linking! I hope you have a great year as well!


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