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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Before I delve into this post I want to thank everyone for their comments, thoughts, and personal memories on my previous post Traveling Backwards. My trip to South Dakota was breathtaking. I need some time to process it but I … Continue reading
Tomorrow morning I will board a plane. I will be gone for four days and three nights. My destination and what I find there will make me cry, bring me joy, and give me great cause for reflection. I am … Continue reading
It was Husband’s second day of work at his new job. He had just finished saying goodbye to us. The boys and I were still at the table finishing up our breakfast when Delilah came in the doggy door. “Came … Continue reading
These are all pictures of me. Notice anything? I have Alopecia. I have had it since my senior year in high school although at that time it was not noticeable. I went completely bald in 1994 when my natural golden … Continue reading
A watermelon rind tossed aside and forgotten only to be found and enjoyed by another. While I would have preferred the boys use the bowl left out specifically for watermelon rinds, I am glad it did not go to waste.
Every evening before the boys go to bed they are expected to clean up their toys. Quite often they have to be told more than once but for the most part they know the routine and don’t make too many … Continue reading
One nice day in early spring, our neighbor took her daughter to Arkansas for a three week long visit and never came back. She had told no one of her plans not even her husband of nine years, the father … Continue reading
For several years I have wanted to plant blueberry bushes in our yard. For a variety of reasons I have not gotten around to it. This weekend, to celebrate the newfound stability in our lives, I planted three great blueberry … Continue reading
A week or two ago (actually I have no idea when, since having children my concept of time has become skewed and everything seems about a week or two ago) we were at the YMCA for Cody’s physical therapy swim. … Continue reading