Monthly Archives: March 2008

Frozen Cold Baseball Mom

Brrr.  Of course it wouldn’t be baseball if there weren’t some freezing cold games and some broiling hot, humid games.  I know that.  It was my turn to collect entrance fees at the gate at the baseball tournament yesterday.  I … Continue reading

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Remember Flower Power?

Barb’s new “Hippie Birthday” card design has it! She brought this and a few other new designs over yesterday morning, so you can check em out at http://www.sweetb.etsy.com Growing up, the family car I most remember was the old red … Continue reading

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Polish that Halo

Anything I’m curious about, the internet seems to know, so I end up doing lots of searches. I just learned that if I run my searches through “GoodSearch,” they donate about a penny per search to the charity I choose. … Continue reading

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Easter Joy!

Ah! The empty tomb. Where was the body? Resurrection? It’s so implausible! But the counter-explanations are also implausible, and the faith of the early Christians bloomed as they reckoned with this unexpected turn of events. Messiah-wannabes came along both before … Continue reading

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Garden Log — March 22

The Daybreaker rose arrived yesterday and I planted it today and then mulched that bed with 5 bags of mulch leftover from last year.  It was not enough–I need about two more bags for that bed.  Scott mowed, and the … Continue reading

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For John

One Fish Two Fish, a cup of coffee, and two of the greatest kids in the world. Life was good.

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Garden Log — March 21

Phew!  It is a beautiful, though windy, day outside.  I dug a trench around the Austin Rose bed, dug out a bunch of ditch lilies that are out of control and were a bad idea, it turns out and did … Continue reading

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