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Leah Headd, Placerville
“Me. I do my best to point them in the right direction and keep them from messing up too bad. They say they don’t follow my lead, but they do. They know I’m there for them.”

Ron Mikulaco, El Dorado Hills
“I am. It’s just me and my daughter. She makes requests and I’m pretty easy, but I definitely run the show.”
Michele Martin, Placerville
“Me. I manage the finances, but it goes beyond that. My husband is the kind of guy that says ‘yes dear’ a lot. He goes with the flow, and knows that whatever makes me happy makes him happy. I guess I’m a control freak.”
Leah Headd, Placerville
“Me. I do my best to point them in the right direction and keep them from messing up too bad. They say they don’t follow my lead, but they do. They know I’m there for them.”
Kay McAleer, Folsom
“I’m a teacher. My kids are grown and the husband’s gone, so it’s just me and the cat at home. Ask anyone who’s responsible for 105 10th graders who’s in charge.”
Davis Holmes, 12, El Dorado Hills
“Dad. He owns the house. Day to day it’s mom. It’s a pretty rare situation where I’m in charge at home.”

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