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Jenny Hodges. Tampa Librarian. Book Lover. Slow Runner. Weight Watcher. SharePoint Wife. Mom to Irish Triplets. Living and Traveling in the Autism World.


2. January 2016 09:30
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2016 Reading Challenge

2. January 2016 09:30 by jennifer | 1 Comments

Last year (sounds so weird to say that) I participated in the 52 week reading challenge and I finished!! You can see what I read here. While I was really good about updating my blog, I wasn't so great about updating my Goodreads list. I vow to be better with that this year.  So now.....Welcome to the 2016 challenge!   The main goal is for everyone to read books that they might not otherwise choose, thus expanding beyond their comfort zone. This year there is also a wild card category,... [More]

31. December 2015 15:23
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MONSTER JAM® 2016 roars into Raymond James Stadium on January 16th and February 6th

31. December 2015 15:23 by jennifer | 14 Comments

My family LOVES Monster Jam! . You can read about our experience last year HERE.  Monster Jam was kind enough to invite us back again for the 2016 show in Tampa, and we're super excited! We've gone for the past three years and have learned a lot of tricks along the way that will make our fourth year the best year yet! For our family we've determined that we do NOT need to go to the pit party before the event. It just makes for a very long day for us and with a special needs son, a long day ... [More]

31. December 2015 15:04
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Goodbye 2015, Hello 2016

31. December 2015 15:04 by jennifer | 0 Comments

Goodbye 2015. Now it's time to reflect on how the year went and set some new goals for 2016. These were my 2015 goals: 1) Walk at least 1 mile every single day. Rain or shine. Hot or cold. I love walking and I've been taking a 1 mile walk every afternoon during my lunch break. 2) Save money. I'm going to do the 52 week money challenge.   And guess what?? I DID IT!!!  So here we go!  NEW GOALS FOR 2016   Have a monthly date with my husband. It doesn't have to be a formal... [More]