Monthly Archives: September 2010

KP duty

We’ve been giving our little kitchen a much-needed face lift, which has occupied my evenings the past week. Since we are doing the work ourselves, spans of time go by where nothing is accomplished (for instance, when I have to … Continue reading

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Practically adult

My wee boy is almost all grown up!  It’s been so much fun watching him mature over the past year; he’s really taken on the mantle of ‘young man’ and is shedding that little boy persona. While I miss that … Continue reading

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End of the season

As summer draws to a close, I am enjoying the last harvests from my garden: tomatoes, potatoes, raspberries, and lavender. That’s about it for the year, and we plan on moving the beds around so I am not planting any … Continue reading

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Getting out of Dodge

To celebrate our anniversary, we decided to get out of town. That is a nice thing about having teenagers – it is so much easier to go somewhere and leave them at home. This year we are taking the train … Continue reading

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All you need is love

Nineteen years ago today I married my soul mate. I don’t know how he’s put up with me all these years, but I’m glad he has. 🙂 We were both so young, it’s impossible to describe what it’s like to … Continue reading

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Library books on the Nook

I’ve had my Barnes & Noble nook ereader for about six weeks now, and feel like I finally have a pretty good grasp on this thing. I’m an avid reader, so having several books at my fingertips is a little … Continue reading

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River bound

We spent the last three days doing very little. Well, that’s not quite true — we did puzzles, took a walk in the woods, read, knit, ate, played games, and made s’mores — all at our cabin. It’s always nice … Continue reading

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Hat Attack

It seems odd to be knitting wool hats when it is 80 degrees outside, but chilly autumn days are just around the corner. Plus, those pesky holidays, for which hand knit hats make great gifts. This is Quincy, in stash … Continue reading

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