Posts made in April, 2015

WHAT IS YOUR MARK?

WHAT IS YOUR MARK?

By on Apr 26, 2015 in Family | 6 comments

Our house is a Netflix home. We binge on episode after episode of a show, season after season until all has been viewed. The catchy My Little Pony tune has been floating through our heads for a long time. Our girls adore the colors and personalities of everypony. Most importantly, all three agree on watching it. Each pony is known by a “cutie mark.” A “cutie mark”...

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TUESDAY

By on Apr 21, 2015 in Family | 4 comments

My absolute favorite day of the week is Tuesday. Tuesday is Date Night. Yes, it deserves capital letters. Date Night even has it’s own babysitter reserved for Tuesday nights. I typically do things wrong the first go round but I am sure I got this one right, Date Night. Buddy and I have differing opinions and priorities through out the week positioning us sometimes...

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GOODBYE WINTER

GOODBYE WINTER

By on Apr 18, 2015 in Fun | 1 comment

Errands and jetting the girls around town, this time of year is phenomenal! Forgot sodas, milk? No problem, jump back in the car girls let’s head out! The absolute best par t of the drive is the way home. As we approach the last curve, laid out before us are splashes of radiance. Windows open, fragrant air running through the car overtaking the dim, dullness of...

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MY CHIHUAHUA

By on Apr 17, 2015 in Fun | 1 comment

My wide girth slid down the crunchy paper covered table as I waited to hear the quick flutter of the baby growing inside me. Although I was headed into the final stretch of my third pregnancy excitement ran through my veins. Finally the doctor appeared, “I assume you are getting your tubes tied during this birth. The risks of childbirth can be detrimental with...

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LOVE AND WAR

By on Apr 15, 2015 in Fun | 0 comments

“If I have learned anything in this long life of mine, it is this: in love we find out who we want to be; in war we find out who we are.” My heart has been haunted since my eyes first read the words. “The Nightingale” written by Kristin Hannah is an inconceivable story of love uncovered during the horrific times of World War II as Nazi Germany took over...

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