Monthly Archives: February 2007

read it and weep

I ran across this blog today while on the whocares blog. I don’t know this woman or her family, but felt compelled to post her blog here….Please read it, specifically the post dated February 21, 2007. http://wilhoite.blogspot.com And after you’ve … Continue reading

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twenty-seven

Yesterday we went out for dinner for my birthday. Authentic mexican food and Baskin-Robbins ice cream – does it get any better? I’m sure it might – but last night, fresh salsa and some enchiladas really hit the spot. Add … Continue reading

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…and one more thing

I must be in a candy-heart induced delirium, because I wanted to share the lyrics from the song “All I Ask of You” – yes, from the “Phantom of the Opera”. Listen to the song if you can, because the … Continue reading

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music of the night

On Saturday night, Michael and I went to see the “Phantom of the Opera” onstage. In a word, breathtaking. Literally. A. Ma. Zing. I’ve seen a few musicals before, but this – we were riveted. And by that I mean, … Continue reading

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waxing poetic

I was cleaning out some old folders on the computer last night and ran across some poetry I had written a few years ago for my first poetry studio class in college. I found this poem, and although it hasn’t … Continue reading

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mini me

I find myself doing double-takes at Rhys sometimes: she is just so like me in many ways – the way she laughs, smiles, gestures, plays. She’s seen me on the phone, and has become obsessed with ‘talking’ on the phone. … Continue reading

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jubilee

My friend, Jane, has a little New Year’s tradition that I’ve adopted: she asks God for a single word that she will focus on throughout the coming year. Not as self-fulfilling prophecy, not a goal, or an end; but a … Continue reading

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