Monthly Archives: July 2006

Let it rain.

The last few days in Tucson have been overcast.  If you have ever stayed through a rainy day in Tucson you will know that this is rarest of all weather patterns for us.  We have rain that falls in the … Continue reading

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So Hot Summer

So, in our neck of the woods, “summer” is almost over. I am running in to parents from school all over the place in super accomplishment mode.  My home loving neighbor has gone to the mountains and the water park … Continue reading

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She Speaks

Andra’s mind works in different ways.  She doesn’t always connect on basic concepts, but her heart is in everything she says.  When we were in Flagstaff, we were talking about going to a restaurant and she was saying she didn’t … Continue reading

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Aw, Shoot

  We went to Flagstaff last weekend and pretty much, it was all about shooting.  My niece Kara and nephew Levi had Soccerama on Saturday, and they took some shots on goal.    Phil shot an archery tournament Saturday, but … Continue reading

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When the Cat is Away…

Phil is in Vegas, and as has happened before, something that needed some attention was delivered the day before he left.  Once it was saguaros, and as he was leaving, he just offhandedly commented that I needed to get the saguaros in … Continue reading

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A Small Treasure

                                           Tonight, while going through some of Phil’s fathers papers, I found a note that he wanted Phil to get his signed copy of a Robert Frost book.  Since I am the poetry fan in our family, you would think this would … Continue reading

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Congratulations, All Around

Yesterday, Grace turned 6.  This morning, she said “I don’t feel 6.  I still feel young.”  I know how she feels,  don’t you?And yesterday, we went to a banquet in Phoenix where Phil got an award for his  buffalo (largest … Continue reading

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