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


8. March 2015 08:01
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Audiobook Review: The Golem and the Jinni

8. March 2015 08:01 by jennifer | 0 Comments

 It's official. I am addicted to audio books. With a 30 mile commute each way, which can sometimes take me up to 2 hours, audio books have been my saving grace.  The Golem and the Jinni was a book that left me pondering for days and days. Prior to listening to this book, the only time I had ever heard the term Golem before was in the Lord of the Rings. Though that is a GOLLUM, not a GOLEM. Two totally different characters. In Jewish folklore, a Golem is an animated anthropomorphic bei... [More]

4. March 2015 12:36
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Valspar Championship Family Friendly Events at Innisbrook 2015-Giveaway

4. March 2015 12:36 by jennifer | 2 Comments

This post is sponsored by the 2015 Valspar Championship.  Years ago my husband worked in Palm Harbor. Whenever I would drive up to meet him for lunch, I would drive past the entrance to the Innisbrook Resort. I had often heard wonderful things about this resort, but I thought it was just for golfers and well, since getting hit in the head by a golf club when I was 9 years old (and receiving 8 stitches) with the exception of putt-putt, my golfing days are over.  But I often wonder... [More]

26. February 2015 09:56
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Walking the Gasparilla Lime Cactus Challenge 2015

26. February 2015 09:56 by jennifer | 1 Comments

In 2014 I had originally registered to do this event. However, the week before I injured my foot during the Spartan Race. That injury caused me to defer, and honestly, I'm still struggling with that foot injury.  So..fast forward to 2015. My 8yo son, Ronin has been a running fool. All he's been doing is eating, sleeping, and running. He asked me in early November if he could run a marathon. I had to tell him NO, but I thought he could handle a 15K and he began training. Once I saw that he w... [More]