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Front yard, backyard. Pictures from within our safe space. Why is it that “front yard” is two words, but “backyard” is one? I find it rather bothersome.
Sasha, lovin’ life as only a dog can.
Eighty degrees on a Sunday morning. Husband is gone on his yearly trip to the Reno air races. The boys and I head off to the Desert Botanical Gardens, (admittedly, there was some grumbling for they wanted the Science Center … Continue reading
Yesterday we celebrated Summer Pie Day. It is not a real holiday but one made up and eagerly anticipated by our family (and dare I say, friends). Simply, we invite family and friends to come over with a homemade pie … Continue reading
Blooms at the Botanical Garden; a great way to start a Saturday. Boys, bikes, and balls as we head to our neighborhood park; a great way to start a Sunday.
January: We hosted a rather nice remembrance for Husband’s father. Carter made the Swedish colored paper chain as an addition to the centerpiece. Carter discovered the 80’s in the form of a headband. He rocked the look for a … Continue reading
We went on a hike in the desert mountain range near our house today. I took many pictures looking across the vastness of the city surrounding us. But what I saw looking down, just off the edge of the trail, … Continue reading
Today we went a pumpkin patching. There were bouncy houses, tall tube slides, hay rides, a petting zoo, and a corn maze. It was a good time although I have to admit that the corn maze gave me a bit … Continue reading
As I mentioned, last week I was off work for fall break. My mom came into town a few days before our family made-up holiday of Practice Thanksgiving. Since the boys were still in school, and it was too early … Continue reading
Christmas in our family, as I suspect is true with many other families, is a holiday steeped with traditions. We have events that we attend or host: the lighting of the town tree, the lighted boat parade, my friend and … Continue reading