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A tip you probably already know…

May 6, 2009

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A tip you probably already know...

… or don’t care about. Lloyd was talking to Brad on the phone last night and I yelled, “Ask Brad what we should have for dinner.” Lloyd – “Lauren wants to know what we should have for dinner.” Brad – “Enchiladas.” Lloyd – “Enchiladas.” Me – “We don’t have the stuff.” Lloyd – “We don’t […]

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Dear Brad,

December 23, 2008

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Thank you for agreeing to feed the cats while we are away.  A few things have changed.  We’re feeding them Iams cat food to try and help Cricket’s diarrhea problem, which ain’t really working but we’re going with it anyway.  Anyway, I keep it in the green coffee can in the freezer.  Don’t ask why […]

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Backyard Birds

February 14, 2008

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Y’all are going to count birds this weekend, right? You’re supposed to count ’em and send the info to www.birdcount.org so we can find out just where someone put all the birds. My students are going to look for birds at school (frozen, popsicle-like birdies) through ‘binoculars’ that we shall make from toilet paper tubes. […]

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Happy Birthday, Brad!

February 7, 2008

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Happy Birthday, Brad!

Ahem. Take two. When I told Lloyd that tomorrow (today, when you’re reading this, but I actually said it two nights ago) is Brad’s birthday, his first reaction was, “Dang. That means I missed Sam and Brittney’s birthdays.” So, Sam & Brittney – Happy Belated from (Crazy Uncle) Lloyd. He’s too lazy to say it […]

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Too sad

August 28, 2007

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Too sad

I know Ned wasn’t my cat, but I’m just too sad to write about anything tonight. Well, maybe this. Requiem for a Cat

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Good-bye, summer

July 17, 2007

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Good-bye, summer

Well, Brad is gone.  All the carefree fun of summertime took off on that plane with him.  Now comes the hectic beginning of the school year, complete with unfinished projects, home visits, and daily panic.  It’s the worst time of the year. Last year when Brad left I made a version of Goodnight Moon to […]

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