Monthly Archives: August 2008

When what you know isn’t really so…

Last night we enjoyed an evening of kids, cheesecake, and conversation with Bluebonnetgirl and her husband, and WildCow and her Deep, Artsy, Angst-ridden husband whose birthday celebration it was. Bluebonnetgirl’s husband is a mathematician which explains how we got on … Continue reading

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Out of my comfort zone

Last night I stepped out of my beloved comfort zone and served in a community soup kitchen hosted by our little church.  Two things convinced me to do so — the possibility that Scott might be cooking and serving on … Continue reading

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Look at these beauties

Click the image to go to their listings on Etsy.  Barb (aka Sweet B) does such lovely work with color and with the theme of family.  These are new favorites.

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Playing Games

I guess there are two kinds of people, those who enjoy playing games and those who don’t.  I’m not a game player, and the prospect of going to a “game night” at someone’s house, though I may love them dearly, … Continue reading

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The Hermitage

This is one of the most charming websites I’ve ever seen, all built on the imaginative artwork of a Scottish illustrator.  Take a cup of tea and visit The Hermitage

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Worlds Coming Together

This is too cool for words:  the bishop of my diocese and I both love the same modern worship song, one that will be familiar to CCC’ers. I was trying to find out whether he had made any kind of … Continue reading

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Gorgeous weather & Good times

After a couple of sweltering hot days, we’re back to gorgeous here in the upper South.  A client of Scott had baked him some delicious cookies, so we sat out on the back porch when he came home from work … Continue reading

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