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Category Archives: NaBloPoMo
Well, it’s either do my homework, write a methodology paper, or write a post for NaBloPoMo. I don’t want to do homework. Or that paper. So here I am. I was going to post a picture of our new house… … Continue reading
Ever since ET was tiny I had hoped to get him signed up for some kind of martial arts classes. I had looked around here and didn’t see anything super promising…then a lady at ET’s school recommended a place where … Continue reading
Soft Kitty returns!
We went to downtown Portland this afternoon to have our family pictures done. It wasn’t raining and there were beautiful fall colors in the background, so I’m hoping they will be great! After we were done, we went to the … Continue reading
Fall view from the tram platform. See the big mountain in the way background? I’m pretty sure that’s Mt. Hood. We’re having our family pictures tomorrow (they were rescheduled from the original date) and starting to plan for Thanksgiving.
Nov 1st means two things: 1. NaBloPoMo 2. Halloween pics: Our two firefighters were a hit. Apparently our neighborhood is chock full of retirees so we only had a few trick or treaters. Which means we have a TON of … Continue reading
The brotherly kind.
The Facts: Time – approximately 5:30 AM, Friday morning Witnesses – None (see time above) Evidence – multiple pieces; see photos below Suspect(s) – identified. In custody.
OK, either i’m crazy, or ET looks like a young man here: we had a conversation today about how he will be four soon. FOUR! Hard to believe. OK, a silly face to bring us back to preschooler-hood: Much better! … Continue reading
We’ve found a solution for that pesky winter wear issue: with this style of shirt, I can just cut and it looks nice. Now I just have to figure out what to do with sweaters and coats…