Monthly Archives: October 2006

It Feels Like Fall… at last!

It finally feels like fall in Tucson.  And the girls have had a harvest weekend.  Friday, Phil took them and 2 neighbor kids to the zoo for Trick or Treating in their costumes (a pirate and a diva, can you … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Baby.

Today is Phil’s Birthday.  This is one of my favorite pictures of Phil.  Looking at something off in the distance, in the prime of his youth, before he became all man-ish.  That’s his dog Buck, there, licking his face and inspiring … Continue reading

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On a lighter note

On Saturday we tailgated and went to the U of A football game.  One of the things I like most about the football games is checking out how the girls are wearing their T shirts.  I am always surprised at … Continue reading

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Personal Petroglyphs

Saturday morning, when we woke up, there was a dead man on our street.  My neighbor drove by it, and called to tell me – turns out he was beaten to death.  They have no idea who he is, or … Continue reading

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It’s Just as I Feared

My biggest fear in leaving my last job was that if I slowed down, I would, well, slow down.  And I have.  Mostly, that’s good.  But weeks like this scare me.  You see, I have always loved accomplishment, and I … Continue reading

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You don’t ask.

Tonight we went to a concert.  It was the country singer, Craig Morgan, and this is the second concert of his we have been to.  We saw him at an archery fundraiser Phil helped organize, and he is very entertaining.  … Continue reading

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Ah, bedtime at last.

Today is one of those days where bedtime is so sweet.  I’m glad for the day, but especially glad for the day’s end.It started with a morning where no one would wake up, no one wanted to get dressed, and … Continue reading

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