Monthly Archives: February 2009

More Wedding Prep

Wednesday flew by like a whirlwind.  I went to work while Bill went to our house to pick up Pamela for some wedding and other errands.  They were finally able to view the sample DVDs from a videographer we hope to … Continue reading

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Danny Ray Allen

 Today is a special day from my past.  Today is my older brother’s birthday.  Danny Ray Allen was born February 24, 1958.  Danny went to be with Jesus a little over 35 years ago, June 19, 1973.  He was 15.  It was … Continue reading

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A busy weekend!

This was one of what I’m sure will by many busy weekends between now and Pamela’s and Will’s wedding.  When I look at the calendar from now to May, I can scarcely breathe!!  I will be busy, but what fun … Continue reading

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Sunday with Arie-Jean

Since my very romantic son took his lovely wife off for Valentine’s Day, Bill and I got to keep Arulai over night Saturday.  First, we went to the Herzogs’ for a little while, then on to Mom and Dad’s.  After … Continue reading

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The Legend of St. Valentine

There are many legends of St. Valentine, but I am sharing only my 2 favorite versions:Under the rule of Emperor Claudius II, Rome was involved in many bloody and unpopular campaigns.  “Claudius the Cruel” was unsuccessfully trying to recruit men … Continue reading

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A Different Kind of Date Night

         Last night, Bill and I took Arulai out on a date.  We had her for the evening and she kept saying, “Nonnie, go?”  “Papa, go?”  So we went! First we took her to eat Mexican Food.  Arie-Jean LOVES Mexican food!  … Continue reading

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It’s Finally Off!!!

 I’m very aggravated because I typed my whole post, and Xanga LOST IT!!!!!BUT, ANYWAY…I got my cast off yesterday.  I have to have physical therapy for 4 weeks, and wear a splint for awhile, but I’m really thankful that the … Continue reading

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