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Happy Mother’s Day!

I hope you had a wonderful Mother’s Day! My favorite part of the day was going to breakfast and seeing these homemade cards.  The one on the left is from 4 year old Noelle.  My mom helped both kids make some cards with some beautiful tissue paper flowers!  The card on […]

 

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter from my home to yours!  Here’s sweet baby Lucy in her new Easter dress (thanks grandma!).  She los rather serious, perhaps she was still thinking of how scary the Easter bunny was to her! We started the day with a giant Easter egg hunt at our church – over […]

 

Great Aunts

My sister-in-law Cindy just spent five days with us.  She was visiting from the East Coast and totally blessed our family.  First of all, since I’m on crutches, it was so nice to have another adult around to drive (I can’t do that yet), to help with Lucy, and to play […]

 

Sprained Ankle: I Fell in a Hole!

My family was hiking in San Diego.  I stepped down about two feet, my ankle twisted and before I knew it, I fell forward into this large dirt hole.  I flipped over and loed into the big blue sky.  My legs were up on the dirt ledge and I couldn’t […]

 

Shopping for New Glasses

In Day 27 of my bo, I write about updating your eyewear.  So here are my new glasses! I am very blessed because I received some great advice from my optometrist.  My husband James helped me sort through frames too, taking pictures of several pairs.  my girls enjoyed trying out […]

 

Happy Valentine’s Day

I went on a picnic mall date with the girls today.  I that a packed lunch from home and about $5 made for a date to remember! $1.99 for a mylar balloon.  $1.99 for a heart shaped coie. Here’s the funky picture of the day – taken of our […]

 

You’re Still a Princess

Here’s Ariel at Disneyland with my daughter Noelle who was celebrating her 4th birthday.  Waiting in the long was worth it when Ariel was so sweet and conversational with Noelle. “Oh, what a nice hat.  May I try it on? asked Ariel. “Sure.” Laughing, “Hmm, how does it lo?” […]