Tag Archives: Recreation

Pictures from a trip I wish I took.

My Father and Step-Mother just returned from an amazing trip to Australia which included a cruise that took them to New Zealand and surrounding areas. A month long cruise! It is a trip I wish to someday take. Here are some random pictures of their trip. Color me envious    


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It’s hard having to say No

It’s hard to say no to puppies. Especially when those puppies are 3 weeks old and right up in your face. Since my kids had Monday off from school, we drove to my Mother’s home (way out in the country) to visit with her, my Grandmother and 6 new puppies. Kids PLUS puppies equals LOVE …

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The way to a Teenage boy’s heart

Or….How to connect with your teenage son via fast food and T.V. I am always looking for ways to bond with my teenager. Teenage boys are sometimes moody, somewhat secretive and hermit like…..Or maybe it’s just my son. 14 must be a rough age to have an actively engaged parent. I did not have very …

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And the winner is…..

Entry #10 “ Rufus’ Food and Spirits Guide February 6, 2012 at 10:05 am | #10 Reply | Quote | Edit I already follow you here and on Facebook. I’ll throw my name in here though. And I’ll share it too on FB.” Congrats to Greg and Katherine of Rufus’ Food and Spirits Guide.   …

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I *heart* other bloggers

I’ve blogged before about the awesomesauce people I’ve “met” via blogging. People like Allie. I got a package in the mail on Monday.  From the wonderfully talented Mr. &  Mrs. of Rufus’ Food and Spirits guide. Here’s what I got….. Two cookbooks, a lovely card, peppers from their garden, blueberry jam and a reindeer made …

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As they grow….Toddlers to Teens.

My children are growing, so fast…too fast.  It’s hard to believe how quickly time goes by. Every single moment with them and their Dad, from the tears to the smiles, from diapers to designer shoes… Every moment is a magic moment in my eyes. I simply love them to bits! I remember when they were …

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