Archive | November, 2010

One Year

28 November 2010

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One year. It’s been one year since the horrific shootings that took the lives of Sergeant Mark Renninger, Officer Ronald Owens, Officer Tina Griswold, and Officer Greg Richards at the Forza off Steele St. As much as I’ve thought about it and have wanted to write this post, words still cannot describe the loss we […]

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25 November 2010

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Pioneer Woman’s Parker House Rolls Pioneer Woman’s Delicious, Creamy Mashed Potatoes

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ME & THREE: DAY TWO

21 November 2010

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JoAnn is off on a retreat through later on Sunday, so I’m manning the fort with the oldest three kiddos. This is my update. Saturday was a bit of a blur…morning interrupted by taekwondo, so we had gotten up, did chores, ate breakfast, and then went to class, essentially. Came home, at lunch, Joshie had […]

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Me & Three: Day One

20 November 2010

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JoAnn is off on a retreat through later on Sunday, so I’m manning the fort with the oldest three kiddos. This is my update. Day One: all kids accounted for from what was a good day. Two of the three did wake up in the middle of the night…Mika was sleepwalking and out of it, Joshie was […]

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Wild Kingdom

19 November 2010

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Last night just a bit before midnight (yep, I was up late) and heard one of the cats growling in the other room by the sliding glass door. Didn’t think much of it, since we have one cat that doesn’t like another (it’s a momma cat and her double-her-size-and-weight son who essentially, and quite effectively, just ignores her). But […]

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So….Here We Are

7 November 2010

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It’s been far too long since I’ve updated, but we are moved, refugees from Tacoma. The change has been good. More than that, much of the change has been immediate: huge burden off my back, actually able to sleep (and even sleeping in!), and the kiddos love it. Is it perfect? Nope…but it never needed […]

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