Archive | January, 2009

Survived my First Earthquake!

I am now a true Washingtonian – I have survived my first earthquake. This morning I was lounging in bed, actually it was just after 5am, and my husband was up reading his Bible in the kitchen. I was jolted wide awake with the sensation that someone jumped on my bed. I sat up and […]

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Dreamin’ of a White Valentine’s Day?

Just when we thought we were ready to kiss winter goodbye, and rub that in to all the relatives in double-digits-below-zero-Minnesota, we were surprised yet again. It was a light but crunchy and slippery snow, useful only to look at and to make you fall down the stairs. We’re wondering if we’ll have any more […]

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I’m a Highly Skilled Domestic Engineer

I always knew  being a mother would take incredible skill and stamina. I knew  my endurance would be tested beyond imagination and I would have to dig deep within my personal knowledge and resources to develop highly important problem-solving strategies. I knew  the functionality and the efficiency of the household was going to depend on […]

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Toilet Paper Art

I’m a Highly Skilled Domestic Engineer

I always knew  being a mother would take incredible skill and stamina.   I knew  my endurance would be tested beyond imagination and I would have to dig deep within my personal knowledge and resources to develop highly important problem-solving strategies.   I knew  the functionality and the efficiency of the household was going to […]

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Cat Feet Fog

We’ve been experiencing fog that lingers all day long. Usually, it greets us in the morning and burns off by early afternoon. It makes for beautiful scenery, but treacherous driving. The fog settles around your home, your street and your world like an unwanted hug that’s lasted so long you’re squirming uncomfortably. The White Fog […]

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