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Category Archives: Simple Sunday
For Christmas Carter got a Bloom County comic strip book. The other morning I saw this and grabbed my camera to capture the moment. Apparently Haley was not feeling included and as such interjected herself into the moment.
Carter discovers The Chocolate Chip Pancake… After he had eaten it I had to remind him that it is not polite to lick ones plate. I guess he liked it.
Yesterday morning the boys decided to accompany me on my morning walk-around with Haley. The temperature was a brisk 33 degrees and there was frost on the patches of grass we passed as we weaved our way through the city … Continue reading
We were lucky enough to be invited over to a friends house to make gingerbread houses today. This being a tradition of theirs, I felt honored to be asked to attend. Each person brought some candies for decorating. The gingerbread … Continue reading
I am always surprised by the greatness of cactus flowers. I spied this one on my walk with Haley yesterday. As I pulled out my phone to take this picture, a little bee alighted upon the creamy white petals. Not … Continue reading
The other day I made up some homemade bubble juice. I mixed it with one of the two wooden mixing spoons in the kitchen that happen to have a hole in the middle. My choice of spoon was not intentional. … Continue reading
This morning as I woke up in my bed in the apartment we are currently calling home, a black lab slyly licking my left foot that was poking out of the sheets and a small black cat purring happily on … Continue reading
After the commencement ceremony we had dinner and drinks with some friends at a local restaurant. Cody wanted to try on my cap. I think it is a perfect fit!
Allow me to tell you a few things I recently learned about wombat scat from my eight year old son. Wombats communicate with each other by way of their droppings, or scat. A single wombat can leave over one hundred … Continue reading
As promised, here is the update on the boys’ Leprechaun trap. The pesky little Leprechaun came. He plucked the bait – a penny – off the double sided tape within the trap, the tape that was suppose to hold him … Continue reading