Monthly Archives: May 2012

Old Friends

On Sunday, I visited with old friends. Ladies that I remember as girls…It had been around 15 years since I last seen them. It was shocking how much and how little we have all changed. It’s a weird thing to … Continue reading

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You Learn Something New Everyday

I have come across some crazy information on life’s journey. Here’s a few neat things to know: The story of Chuck Taylors- In 1918, a highschool basketball player by the name of Chuck Taylor began wearing hightop converse all-stars. He was a … Continue reading

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A Few Superstitions

Wear old shoes on Friday the 13th to ward off evil. It brings good luck to place an old shoe outside your front door before setting out on a journey. – Knew my fellow travelers would love this one! Throwing … Continue reading

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Daisy Update

The veining turned blue, giving the whole flower a blue tint. Day 4 without cable

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Ball, Books, and Dirt

Yesterday the kids pulled “Play with a Ball” out of the jar. Ivy said, “What kind of ball and how?” I said, “What do you think?” She decided on soccer in the back yard. We played until lunch. Then we … Continue reading

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Making a “What Will We Do in Summer?” Jar

We began with a family sized spaghetti sauce jar that we washed out, removed label from, and dried throughly. I used card stock scraps to make bright-colored squares (about 1×1) and rectangles (about 2×1). All were cut free hand and varied slightly in … Continue reading

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Community Night Out

Yesterday we went to a community night out. They had local city vehicles for the kids to check out, food, drinks, glitter tattoos, face painting, somebody dressed up as a giant cookie, and various goodies. The best part it was all … Continue reading

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