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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Let me just preface this post by saying, whoa, this job is awesome sometimes. While some days I’m blogging about how the everyday overwhelms me, and others I’m just laughing at myself, there are a few days here and there lately that are amazing perks of being a blogger. In August, I got to travel […]

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Days like this… they happen. Days when I just can’t seem to find the energy to put my wheels in motion. Or rather, to get any traction with my wheels. I’m kind of an expert at spinning them while staying in one place. Do you ever feel like you just don’t know where to start? […]

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Last night, I was at a loss for dinner ideas. Kendall desperately wanted pancakes. I bought an apple pancake mix from the The Apple Barn in Sevierville, TN last weekend, and he’s been  begging me to make him some ever since I stepped off the plane. Really, they were a “gift” for Scott. He makes […]

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It started with a walk through a door… And into a garden at one end of a bridge. It was shaded with trees, and the sun poked through the holes where the branches intertwined. We set off to the other side, each of us making our own quiet journey. Each of us thinking of our […]

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I puffy pink sparkly heart the fall. This is my season. Sadly, it’s basically non-existent in Texas… at least in the way it is in some parts of the country. We don’t get changing foliage or apple picking here. I can hardly throw on a light scarf in the middle of the day without dying from […]

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I love reading to my kids. I love that my kids love that I read to them. I, generally, love children’s books. Except for these, which I pulled out of various hiding places before photographing them while the kids are at school. It’s 7:30, I’ve just finished the marathon that is making food while a […]

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Next year I won’t have him all to myself, except on the weekends and the holidays on a public school calendar. It’s a fact that use to, frankly, elate me. FREE CHILDCARE ALL WEEK! Until it got closer to reality. This year, I intended to put him in pre-k 4 days a week, Monday through […]

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For the last few years, I’ve proudly hung my original TuTu Halloween Wreath on our front door to get into the Halloween spirit, but since I made-over our blah white front door into a “boom!” black one, I knew I’d have to come up with something a little more colorful this year. And since the […]

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