Monthly Archives: March 2007

Who knew I had so much to say?

Well, it has been over a year since I embarked on a new jobstyle, which turns out to have had significant lifestyle impact as well.  And out of the quiet, dark, fertile earth of leisure grew Mostly Jenine.  Turns out, I … Continue reading

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This Week’s Headlines

SUNDAYOfficial start of snake season.  Neighbor called Phil and his shovel over to kick off the first snake sighting.  Don’t put in your order for a good belt – it got away.MONDAY – ISHPhil informs me that his good friend … Continue reading

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One Heck of a Spring Training

Andra played winter baseball, and had a great experience with a wonderful coach.  They topped off the season with tickets to the Arizona Diamondbacks Spring Training game today, and we all sat on the grass field off third base and … Continue reading

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Safety – it runs in the family.

This morning, just before heading home to another state, Jacki and her brood (plus Boris) came for breakfast. Besides feeding them in a way that wouldn’t embarrass me, I had one other singular focus.  I wanted to keep Jacki from seeing the … Continue reading

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Elementary Orienteering

On Sunday, the girls and I spent the day with my college roommate Jacki and her family – here are all our girls – 8, 7 6 and 5.  Aren’t they sweet?                              Unfortunately, thy are also somewhat crafty.  Sunday night about … Continue reading

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We’re all in therapy over here.

Shira Warning for Some Sad ContentPhil’s mother died Thursday.  Her body was just ready, and she flew into the mud puddle of heaven worn out and broken, and flew out the other side in a sparkly blue dress, wearing white … Continue reading

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What it’s like in heaven.

This life didn’t fit Lynnda very well, and I hope the next one is much kinder to her.  Tonight I asked the girls what color they thought the grass was in heaven.  Andra thinks it is green, but not just … Continue reading

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