Category Archives: Family

Thy Will Be Done

It’s the easiest prayer to pray. It’s the hardest prayer to mean. When I was in college I read the Savannah series by Eugenia Price. The story spanned several books and followed the lives of a family in post Civil … Continue reading

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THIS IS US

This post was written in September at the time of our anniversary. Life got super crazy so I’m just getting to post it now. Love is always a good idea, and right on time. Happy Valentines Day! This is us. … Continue reading

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Devil, Thy Name is Hurry

I’m in a hurry to get things done I rush and rush until life’s no fun*   Or until I slam my finger in a locked car door. That brought my hurry up life to a screeching halt about 2 … Continue reading

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Minimalist Me

Ok, that’s a stretch. But I am moving in the right direction. As a follow up to my last post, Defeathering Our Nest, I am proud to report that in this past week I have “dealt with” 23 Rubbermaid boxes in … Continue reading

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Defeathering Our Nest

Our Colorado son texted me a couple of months ago, asking if I knew where his lacrosse gear was, and could I send it with his friend who was coming out to ski next week? Gladly. Any attempt on their … Continue reading

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#maemae

It’s finally happened for me. After what seems like a lifetime of waiting and waiting I am FINALLY a grandmother! The majority of my friends and one of my sisters are all grandmothers before me, and they all had the … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Mojo

It’s the weekend before Thanksgiving and I’m sitting down to take a deep breath before all the crazy starts. Crazy in a good way, of course. Right? My beautiful fall candle is burning a festive fragrance and the afternoon shadows … Continue reading

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