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Monthly Archives: May 2012
This weekend we traveled to Iowa for a family reunion. Despite not living in Iowa for almost thirty years, it still feels like home whenever I visit. My family thought we were being so smart by having the reunion on … Continue reading
“And now here is my secret, a very simple secret. It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye.” The Little Prince Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupery Tonight when all my … Continue reading
Trinity has poison ivy. AGAIN. My daughter knows after last year’s infestation, she shouldn’t be at the edge of our property along the fence line because that’s where the poison ivy hangs out. But the lure of ripe mulberries was … Continue reading
My spring garden has hit maximum overload this week. (Notice how it is the week when I am juggling a million items and my husband is hospitalized overnight for pneumonia. This is always my life.) The lettuce and spinach are … Continue reading
Whew. May has been a whirlwind of craziness and we only halfway through this month. I’m decidedly nervous for what the rest of May holds for me and my family. First things first, thank you so much for the thoughts, … Continue reading
I drove my husband to the hospital today and he ended up being admitted. He has pneumonia, which isn’t a life threatening condition for a normally healthy man like my husband. But I’m still scared. A little over a year … Continue reading
The other day I opened my front door to find a turtle on my doorstep. Seriously. A freaking turtle the size of a football was just hanging out and seeing the sights over here at Bunkersdown. As you can imagine, all … Continue reading
Gentle reader, you know how sometimes you get a thought in your head and while you know it is not possible nor feasible the thought stays in your head, tantalizing you ever so slyly because you want to believe it’s … Continue reading
It’s come to my attention that perhaps I’m not blogging enough about my older children. Let me remedy this immediately. This is my son. The best way to describe my first born child is that he is 70% Howard Cosell, … Continue reading