Month: February 2011

Daybook: February 28th

Today Outside my window: It’s a fairly pretty day, sunny with a high of 32 predicted. Tomorrow we have a predicted high of 39 and this makes me probably a little too giddy. I cannot believe that February is nearly over, March beginning tomorrow and then before we know it, it will be Spring, April, […]

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Cause for Celebration.

It’s been a long, long, winding, hair pulling road, this potty training business. We started too soon and life obstacles made a long race much longer. There were small successes and big ones and then just for good measure, a few backslides into lazy. I’m not even sure I want to say we are out […]

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Living in the Moment.

Sometimes I’m distracted by the future. I start a lot of statements with the word “when” – “When we have a house, I will do [this] more.” “When the kids are older we should do [this].” That kind of thing. I also like to get caught up in new projects. Like this adorable idea from […]

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when your family is sick.

When you are trapped in a small apartment with one sick husband and two sick children, you don’t know whether to be grateful that you still seem to have held onto your own good health or apprehensive about the certain doom which must await you. Watching a yucky stomach bug make the people you love […]

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Nightstand: February

It’s time once again, bloggy friends, for my monthly Nightstand post, part of a book blogging carnival hosted by 5 Minutes for Books. ‘ Since we last nightstanded together I’ve read the following books: Deep Down True by Juliette Fay – Finished January 31, 2011 – I really enjoyed this book. Despite a lot of […]

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Daybook: February 21st

Today Outside my window: It’s kind of wet and dreary and drizzly and slushy and ten million other reasons to stay indoors at all costs. This weekend: the poor little miss had a stomach bug so we spent much of the weekend indoors, biding time, attending to the yuck. Luckily she didn’t seem too distraught […]

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