Monthly Archives: August 2008

How long has it been…

…since you wrote a letter to a human (on-yes-paper), placed it in an envelope, addressed it, stamped it, and mailed it? …since you told someone you are not related to that you love them? …since you made out (and that’s … Continue reading

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Ahhh…the joys of motherhood…

A, kneading: Baker-man, baker-man, bake me a cake! (Hehehe) Bake me a cake as fast as you can (He he) Roll it, roll it, and mark it with a “B”, and put it in the oven for baby and me! … Continue reading

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Am I missing something?

…or has the fine art of courteous interaction ceased to be an art and become a rarity- even a humorous one? As you may have seen in earlier posts, I do navigate the waters of the blogosphere enough to read … Continue reading

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Great reasons to be human

1. The feeling you get when the hot water hits your back at 5am. You know, that shiver up your spine that continues into your head, the skin on your arms rising into tingly goosebumps. Especially nice if you have … Continue reading

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One long Ave Maria

Before I married, while R and I were still “courting”, someone who I respect greatly said to me, “You know, if you marry him, your life is going to be one long Ave Maria.” A little background, in case you’re … Continue reading

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