Archive | December, 2009

I resolve……

December 31, 2009

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Sheesh. It’s not even 11 p.m. on New Year’s Eve and I’m ready for bed. A post must be written, though, so Brad suggested a New Year’s resolution theme. Ok. I’m going to put these up here and you all can keep me honest about whether they’re getting done or not. (Yeah, this is really […]

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Not regifted!

December 30, 2009

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Not regifted!

I received one of those super-upbeat frames for Christmas, and I wasn’t sure if it would go in our decor. Now, with modification – I really think it does.

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Rubbed the wrong way

December 29, 2009

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Rubbed the wrong way

Well, I’ve had my first massage, and I lived through it. Now, many of you who know me are aware that I have an extremely large personal space, and also some touchy-feely issues, so this was a pretty big deal. I’ve had a big knot of stress living in my back for quite some time, […]

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Cracked, crushed or cubed?

December 29, 2009

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Cracked, crushed or cubed?

Brad was going to have some orange juice the other day. He got out some ice and started to do this ninja thwack on them with the back of a spoon as he held each cube. Me- (Dodging ice shards) What are you doing? Brad – Crushing ice. (Dodging ice shards) Me – You’ll put […]

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Updates all ’round

December 27, 2009

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Well, it official – I have some sort of cold. A bit of a runny nose and a cough that comes and goes but is mostly really annoying. I ate 7 Lifesavers at church this morning so I wouldn’t cough. (Yay – candy in church! Thanks, hacking cough!) Still no way to put pictures up, […]

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Christmas Continued

December 26, 2009

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So, we made it safely to Missouri, no thanks to Mother Nature. The blizzard is over, but the drifts and ice remain. There were so many cars in the ditch or median, I was one big nerve bundle. *sigh* Once here, we had a lovely dinner (ham – Lloyd’s favorite) and then opened presents. This […]

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