Category Archives: Nostalgia

(Don’t) Let it Snow

I’ve been living with guilt weighing on me for several days. It’s winter, and though the weather has been unseasonably warm, I know better than to let my gas gauge go below half. This is a winter weather driving rule … Continue reading

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Baggage

I had a weekend off. In some respects it was glorious, but I missed my babies. To help pass the time, I cleaned like a mad woman. There were no kids around to make a mess right after I cleaned, … Continue reading

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Angels

My husband’s grandmother loved angels. Her house was covered in angels–literally. In 2003, I found two angel ornaments at a craft fair that made me think if her. I bought them to give her for a Christmas gift. A few … Continue reading

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The Yellow Flip Flops

The packing and sorting has begun. Josh and I spent lots of quality time in the basement this weekend going through our junk, and made a good dent. I have each room of the house at some degree of sorting … Continue reading

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An Unusual Baptism Story

My son’s baptism did not go as planned. Actually, we hadn’t planned it yet. When Zach was in the emergency room after having a seizure at home, and another one after a spinal tap, he was baptized. It was May … Continue reading

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A Modern Day Norman Rockwell Painting….

One of my husband’s numerous house projects took a giant leap towards completion over the weekend. When we bought our house five years ago, the landscaping consisted of wood chips scattered up to three feet away from the structure. We … Continue reading

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No Ordinary Trip to the Zoo

We made it to the children’s zoo today, for the first time this year. That’s right, five days before it closes for the season. We’ve had a few things happen this year to make it that way. It was Zach’s … Continue reading

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