Monthly Archives: December 2008

Merry Christmas!

Just to let you know…I’m taking a little blogging break… It’s time to focus on this wonderful celebration of our Savior’s birth and the blessing of uninterrupted time with friends and family.Peace and love to each of you,Brenda

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the baby of the family is nine.

Was this really almost TEN years ago?! what I really miss: -superman capes as everyday apparel -sippy cups -sincere but lisping “I yuv woo, Mama” -chubby legs in a white onesie suit -afternoon naptimes’ sudden quiet -2 or 3 wiggly … Continue reading

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snow pictures

So can you guess who put their boots on and rushed outside with the camera to capture all the beauty for this blog post? John.And who drank coffee in her bathrobe and read the paper by the crackling woodstove? Brenda.

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lessons from a tree

Look at the lovely snow from this morning, draped all over the Curly Willow tree by our front door! I love this tree and I love the story behind it. (and when I love something, you know everybody has to … Continue reading

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remembering Grandma Virginia.

John’s Grandma Virginia always made the same cookies at Christmas, and he LOVED them. Each year, when she asked what he wanted? “Just a bag full of your cookies!”was his reply. And he’d get two Ziplocs full of them, plus … Continue reading

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wordless Wednesday

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Snow day!

This morning we woke up to WHITE. I had to tell the boys about when I was their age, how Uncle Brian and I would sit by the radio in the early morning on just such a day-with our fingers … Continue reading

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