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Laziest blogger ever. Sept: finally moved into our house. We started school in a hotel which is SUPER FUN. Elliott had his first solo recital with the string project Evan and I went to Hawaii and walked across a cooled … Continue reading
It’s been a weird summer. We decided that we liked Oregon better than Washington state for a lot of reasons, so we put our house up for sale at the end of April so we could go visit Oregon and … Continue reading
This guy turns 7 today and has requested a green fire truck cake (chocolate) and to go see the Captain Underpants movie.
The boys had spring break last week and although my spring break had already occurred a few weeks before, we decided to do a quick one-night-away Olympic peninsula road trip. Evan was gone on a work trip the day we … Continue reading
We have a spot in our dining room for a sideboard or some sort of china cabinet. I had been looking for one on craigslist for quite a while. Every once in a while I’d see one I liked but … Continue reading
This kid is NINE!
A few weeks ago we went on a little daytrip out to Whidbey Island. We took a ferry there, drove from the south end all the way to the north, which connects to the mainland by bridge so you don’t … Continue reading
I almost forgot how to log in and make a post here. Bad, I know. Long story short: we moved in, found a flea problem and between that and my grad school classes it doesn’t look like much is being … Continue reading
For us, the third time was the charm. House #1 accepted our offer, and then the inspection revealed a LOT of expensive problems – an attic chock full of mold, a not terribly old but worthless roof, rotted decks, etc, … Continue reading