Monthly Archives: May 2006

In case you were wondering

The cat is still here.  We are still conflicted about her name, but she answers to almost anything.  Last night the girls and I went through the boxes of little baby mementos I kept for them, and we were reading … Continue reading

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Happy Mothers’ Day

To all the mothers and mothers to be out there – Happy Mothers’ day.  I am moving the apostrophe from before the s to after the s, because I think it is not just about MY mother, but about every … Continue reading

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The Parent, Napoleon and the Prophet

I don’t know how many of you can have full conversations with someone when no one in the conversation is actually speaking to each other or connecting.  Kind of an UNconversation?  Julie (my sister) and I can do it for … Continue reading

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Bold and Beautiful

When I was a girl (as in under the age of 18), I was very shy.  I was embarrassed by everything, and was seriously timid.  I know it is hard to believe, but I could find people who would testify … Continue reading

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Parenting & Princess

First of all, I apologize for the errors in my last posting.  I got some May Day head cold and I am less than myself.Today I still feel bad, and I feel even worse for my near criminal parenting, which … Continue reading

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Asking for it

I was thinking today that having kids is kind of like walking up to the grand canyon, peering over a little, thinking “That looks nice” and then throwing yourself right on over the edge.  OK, thats a little extreme, but … Continue reading

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The OTHER side of the family

My dad thinks I take more after this side of the family – My grandfather is the handsome devil in the top picture, here with some other folks that MUST be family – they are my shape, my size and … Continue reading

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