Monthly Archives: January 2008

Speaking of Cats

For as long as I can remember, we’ve been cat people. And even though I probably can’t remember all the cats we’ve owned over the years, I do remember a few. There was BC, which stood for Bad Cat. I … Continue reading

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She’s Thirty Today!

And, yes, she’s still that adorable. And she’s an amazing sister. For many reasons… For reading to me. For picking on The Student. (That wouldn’t be nearly as much fun if we didn’t do it together!) For being so full … Continue reading

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She really was surprised!

Just look at that face: Is there any denying the shock? She’ll probably want to kill me for posting this picture, but she’s turning thirty and feeble and I’m sure I can outrun her. Happy Birthday, T!

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Scanner Fun, Part II

She’s overbearing at times. And she can be a tad argumentative. Some may even call her a bit bossy. She’s tough and demanding and just plain difficult at times. But once, a very long time ago, she was young. (Sorry, … Continue reading

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When I have nothing to say…

I let the pictures do the talking. I was driving home from work a couple weeks ago when I saw something interesting happening on the horizon. Usually I get out of work too late to catch the sunset, but not … Continue reading

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"We’ll See"

I absolutely detest this phrase. It makes me cringe and I want to cry uncontrollably. Seriously. My mother was, and still is, an expert at using this phrase. My heart breaks a little every time I hear her use it … Continue reading

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Mother Nature is a Mad Scientist!

I can’t help myself. I love Seinfeld. And hopefully you do, too… otherwise this title makes no sense. Here’s what our weekend in Monterey looked like: We arrived late Friday night, after the storm that knocked out power in half … Continue reading

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