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Monthly Archives: October 2012
A poem, by Cody (age 6) Racecar Raven on the roof He appears with a poof His feathers, dark as night guide him on his flight During the springtime we had a large black bird visit our backyard feeders. The … Continue reading
Tonight I flushed my first fish. Speedo, the Tetra who just two weeks ago we bought a friend for, has passed. Speedo had always been a little strange. His beady little black eyes always had a look of panic about … Continue reading
The last three years we have gone to the same pumpkin patch and have forced asked the kids to stand by the How Tall This Fall? sign so we could take their picture. Cody is on the left and Carter … Continue reading
Monday through Friday Carter and I have lunch together before he heads off to his afternoon preschool. Almost everyday over our meal Carter brings up “the people on the other side of the earth”. I think he is quite enthralled … Continue reading
I think I may have mentioned in passing a time or two that I am room mom in Cody’s first grade class. Actually I am one of three moms who signed up this year (although I was not planning on … Continue reading
I am the first to admit that I do not have a green thumb. When it comes to keeping plants alive my track record is grim. I believe my main deficit when it comes to gardening and tending to plants … Continue reading
We had the talk again this year: [pirate, firefighter, robots, bats] While opening our box of Halloween gear: [candles, spiders, three witches hats] I seized up one black and pointed hat laughed a loud cackle, and said that … Continue reading
I never meant for it to happen but happen it has. It is with some shame and apprehension that I tell you, I have become one of those people. You know the ones. They flip-flop around or look granola in … Continue reading