Monthly Archives: May 2012

Almost Wordless Wednesday -Par-tay…

Yes, we’ve been absent this week.  Sunday was the big birthday party.  There was a bouncy house: And we opened a window in the kitchen where the kids would walk up and “order” sno-cones from the outside (Score – keeping … Continue reading

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The Birthday Fairy.

Once upon a time, deep in the woods, lived a little boy.  This little boy had a tendency to like really loud noises.  He loved a good siren, whistle, horn, engine, squealing brakes, drums, and screaming.  The boy knew the … Continue reading

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Almost Wordless Wednesday…Orange Lips.

On Saturdays, Toots accompanies me to my Weight Watchers’ meetings.  I’ve been going for almost a year now and even though I’m pretty much at my goal, I have learned I need to go to the meetings and listen to … Continue reading

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The Contrast.

Standing next to the gas pump, it was 9:30 in the morning but the air was hot. The wind blew her recently brushed hair onto her nose, and in her eyes and mouth. She held the pump with one hand … Continue reading

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The Junk Drawer.

We were on the floor looking through a drawer.  Come on – confess.  You must have at least, one junk drawer.  (It’s pretty much the only kind of drawer I have in my house…) There are a lot of little … Continue reading

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Almost Wordless Wednesday…The Eyes Have It!

How could I refuse this face anything? And if you think that’s hard, how about this one? It’s the eyes! And those cute little octopi?  Those are from the Itsy Bitsy Spider, an etsy shop run by our beautiful friend, … Continue reading

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Watch me.

I was filled with worry and doubt.  Heading up on the escalator from the first to second floor, the nearly-white haired, fair skinned boy in a striped shirt and shorts caught my eye.  He called out to his mom.  He … Continue reading

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