Category Archives: family

He’s on the road.

I love that my wonderful in-laws live so close to us. I love that Lee is retired and free to stop by several times a week, just to say hello or drop something off or help our family out, with the latest … Continue reading

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Positive motivation for children

My sweet friend Rebeca blogs over at Carried On The Wind, and she left this comment last week: Have you ever written about the system you use(d?) with your boys with the little tokens? I thought it was brilliant when … Continue reading

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my family.

I have a lot, did you know!? My Dad is the oldest of five. I have two Aunts and three Uncles and numerous cousins, who have all married and had boatloads of kids. We don’t get together too often but when … Continue reading

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Love like this.

This is a grown man (John C.) fighting off his Mom (Claudia) who was trying to secretly put nasty pumpkin guts down his shirt but he saw the twinkle in her eye and recognized it! I plan and hope to be as … Continue reading

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Silver Falls State Park camping

another thing I forgot to mention is our camping trip last month. We went to Silver Falls State Park with Lee and Claudia and John’s sister, Sherri. The weather was perfect and the views were amazing. We want to go … Continue reading

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Did I forget to mention…?

Caleb turned ELEVEN? He did! On Sept. 29… oh and my sweet husband turned FORTY? He did! On Sept 3… So sorry. I tend to think that I blogged something, because I wrote one sentence about it, on facebook. But … Continue reading

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Happy Independence Day!

(Lets see how many exclamation points I can cram into one post, in order to properly express our excitement level…) We are going on a mini va-cay! It’s the first road trip in John’s sweet new car! Going to stop in … Continue reading

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