Monthly Archives: January 2007

We’re reading

I’m reading The Name of the Rose out loud to Scott in the evening while he works in the workshop. My voice, as always, is shot, but it’s too enjoyable not to share books this way. It’s a murder mystery … Continue reading

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The lad is driving

D16 passed his driver’s test and is on his own, driving to work tonight.  Pray for us!

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Fantin-Latour at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The day after Christmas we took the subway to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We got there around 3, so we only had 2 hours to look around, which was very frustrating. On the other hand, what we saw in … Continue reading

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Nursery

Let the record show, I really love keeping the church nursery. Scott and I were recruited to fill in for the month of January. Well, by the 4th week (yesterday) we’re finally feeling comfortably in the groove with the age-group … Continue reading

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Church Nursery

Let the record show, I really love keeping the church nursery. Scott and I were recruited to fill in for the month of January. Well, by the 4th week (yesterday) we’re finally feeling comfortably in the groove with the age-group … Continue reading

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Indian Chicken Curry

This was a delicious dinner tonight! Curried Chicken with Cashews It was really easy to put together. I modified the recipe above by using a package of boneless chicken thighs, which I cut into quarters. Instead of cilantro, I used … Continue reading

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Home Fires

My husband left me a sweet note the other morning that thanked me for keeping the home fires burning.   Isn’t that a neat expression?  I’d been feeling bad that I was just rattling around all day not doing Important Work, … Continue reading

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