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Monthly Archives: April 2020
It has been thirty-seven days since we left the house as a family to go somewhere, actually getting out of the car. (I’m not counting going for a sanity drive, as going somewhere, nor am I counting walks.) I’m feeling … Continue reading
Last weekend as I was focused on cleaning the garage, Husband shaved his facial hair. Without warning. The last time this happened was about ten years ago. Basically, Cody and Carter do not know of a time when he did … Continue reading
Our garage. It is a turmoil of stuff – stuff we need, stuff we don’t need, stuff we don’t even know we have and don’t need (or do we?). Plainly, just too much stuff if you ask me. If you … Continue reading
Working from home as a third grade teacher can lead to some unexpected moments.
Today my buttermilk was one day past the expiration date. So I did the only thing that seemed appropriate for such a situation. Husband stared on with a smirk on his face, an expression of amusement mixed with a healthy … Continue reading
How do you keep your’s safe?
When the boys were younger, we found magic everywhere and in everything we did. We danced with our own shadows while waiting at the bus stop, we named the bushes and hills that comprised our small patch of woods on … Continue reading
Yesterday we harvested the celery from our garden. Ever the one to research and be informed, the boys and I watched this video. It made the whole process seem so simple that to call it a process seemed silly. What … Continue reading
The rounded purple flower was cut from our vegetable garden from our onion chive plant. I’m not sure what type of bush the other purple flowers hail from, but I rather like them. The old microscope we found in Husband’s … Continue reading