Monthly Archives: March 2010

Guess What?

Tomorrow is my birthday!!  I’m pretty excited about this birthday.  I will be 50 years old tomorrow.  It feels pretty odd, this turning 50 when I feel verly little different than I did when I was turning 30, or 40.  … Continue reading

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I’m beginning to believe…

that Spring really is here!!We don’t always get much of a Spring where I live.  Most often, the weather goes from really cold (for us) to lots of rain to really hot (for anybody) in the first 3 – 4 … Continue reading

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Cedar and Waxwing

I absolutely don’t have time to do this, but I just have to!  Many years ago, my kids and I were avid bird watchers!  We loved every kind of bird we’d ever seen, and many we’d not had the opportunity … Continue reading

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Probably the Last MN Pics…

but I’m not making any promises!  Dannye took hundreds of photos while she was visiting Nathanael, Emily, and Arulai during her Spring Break, and if you are a Facebooker, you can see the albums on Dannye’s photo page.  I loved them … Continue reading

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This week looked so easy at the beginning of it.  My boss is on vacation with his wife enjoying the wonders of Cabo, and while he left several things for me to do, I planned to take it slightly easy.  I figured … Continue reading

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Not much to say

 …but when you see these pictures, who needs words?Dannye is in Minneapolis for Spring Break, and is keeping me supplied with photos! My beautiful Daughter-in-Love, and our soon to be born Grandbaby! My precious Arulai who has learned to wink!! Even her Daddy … Continue reading

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Two Events of Epoch Proportions!

This was another of those sweet weekends – slow, nice weather, good company, a few accomplishments.  I didn’t even try to blog about it because it seemed redundant!  As the weekend wound down to a close, though, there were two … Continue reading

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