Monthly Archives: November 2008

Treasure Tuesday

If your house is anything like ours, these would be perfect! We’re crazily running amok getting ready to leave in the morning. Happy Treasure Tuesday!

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Memory Monday – Imaginative Juices Needed

This is another of my favorites from the pile of pictures Ralf brought back from his trip to Austria.  It just makes me smile.  I was hoping to get a little story behind this picture, but it was new to Charlotte.  Here’s what she did say. My dad (Robert) is 2nd from the left, sitting […]

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Thankful Thursday

It’s the little things that count, right?  So here’s my list for this week: I’m thankful: For Facebook.  It’s my lifeline to the world outside of small town Idaho.  And I’ve found so many old friends that I never would have connected with otherwise. That my car battery didn’t die after being on all night […]

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What-in-the-Heck Wednesday

So I don’t have any crazy, off-the-wall, rural, farm land, cows “multiplying and replenishing the earth” type pictures or stories today. I do have a question to ask though. Isn’t there a law against collecting rubbish from around your property, setting fire to it, and burning the dickens out of it for like two days […]

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Treasure Tuesday

Just last night I had a Christmas gift request from my 10 year-old son. Now keep in mind that this is the same kid who has, in previous years, asked for a carnivorous plant, a saxaphone, and a ferret for Christmas. This year he’s decided he wants one of these: Apparently he wants to learn […]

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