Monthly Archives: July 2008

She’s Found Her Country

Grace’s kindergarten teacher told me she thought Grace could run a small country, and we have been looking for one that needed a youthful leader ever since.  We haven’t been too lucky.  Yesterday, however, when I came home from work, … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday!

We had a little, late, lazy birthday party for Grace last weekend.  A few shots from her day.    

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Musings on Selling Dad’s House

 Goodbye, 1870.  You have been part of the family for so long, it is hard to remember someone else loved you before we did.  For 23 years, you were our house.  We will certainly miss you, 1870.  I will always remember … Continue reading

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Fly! Be Free!

Today, we went to the high country – Mt. Lemmon.  Only a stones throw from Tucson, and cool, cool, cool.  We had lunch in Summerhaven, the sweet town at the top of the mountain.  We bought fudge at the General … Continue reading

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Trip Shots

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Can’t Stay Away Forever…

I am coming off a long, happy string of vacations, which has kept me away from the computer.  It’s been kind of nice.  On the last trip, my phone even broke (ok, it had some help) so I have gone … Continue reading

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A Glimpse Through the Arches

Just after I graduated from college, I took a trip to Moscow.  I ventured beyond the iron curtain to visit Jacki, of course, who was working at the US Embassy.  It was January.  It was very, very cold.  I was … Continue reading

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