Monthly Archives: March 2006

sunday drives

Well, Rhys cut her third tooth this morning – the first one on top! I found out because I heard her grinding the top and bottom teeth together. Ouch! That’s like nails on the chalkboard to me. She doesn’t seem … Continue reading

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hereafter in fields

Once again, I caught myself staring out of the window this afternoon into my drab, cold backyard and remembered that I had this book, called “Cold Snap as Yearning”. It’s a collection of prose essays, written by Robert Vivian – … Continue reading

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not to be outdone…

Rhys was demanding that I publish more photos of herself as well. The little diva! OK, OK, here you go, baby….

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our nephew is the cutest!

Ladies and Gentlemen, Appearing today for the first time on Lions Under Oaks, our nephew Jackson! What a smile!He looks like he’s 4 months going on 40, doesn’t he? Looks like he’s posing for one of those “Welcome Our Newest … Continue reading

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the winter of our discontent

It’s this time of year that I get so restless! Not quite spring, not quite winter (although this big Midwestern snow tells me that Old Man Winter still has some muscle!), and not quite anything to do. I’ve been dying … Continue reading

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welcome to the neighborhood (aka, you might be a redneck if….)

Michael and I bought our first home almost a year and a half ago….in the dead of winter. Which, in the Midwest, I do not recommend. Our neighborhood was covered in a beautiful blanket of snow, and looked so quaint. … Continue reading

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march madness

I’ve lost them! For the next three weeks, I’m a loner. This is a photo of Michael and Rhys getting ready for “The Dance”: watching the Duke/UNC game last week (for you non-basketball fans, it’s a HUGE rivalry!), prior to … Continue reading

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