Monthly Archives: January 2014

Finish It Up Friday – Update #1

It’s definitely a good thing that I decided to publicize my intention to finish my WIP’s! 🙂  This week, I got a bit more work done on Mark’s quilt (although I still need two more blue prints so I’m at … Continue reading

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Mark Discovers Whipped Cream and Presents!

We had so much fun celebrating Mark’s first birthday last weekend.  We made and ate lots of amazingly delicious pizza. “Where has this delicious food been my whole life?” Stealing a great idea from my sister, Mark’s first birthday “cake” … Continue reading

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Seeking Recommendations: Your Favorite “Classic” Books

Hi everyone!  I’m planning to join in on the “Classics Club“, which is a challenge to read 50 classic books in 5 years.  I’m planning to read one a month so I’ll actually finish in just a little over 4 … Continue reading

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I Finally Feel Totally At Home In Baltimore (it only took a polar vortex)

This morning, when we woke up to single digit temperatures (something like -9 with wind chill), we opened our bedroom blinds and saw… ice on the windows!!! I’m home! Hooray! Life is finally normal! I know, a pitiful accumulation of … Continue reading

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Finish It Up Friday – Joining In

I must confess to feeling a bit superior over the last couple years as I came across posts in the sewing blog world about all the WIPs (works in progress) that people had. “I don’t sew that way,” I liked … Continue reading

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He’s One!

Almost a year ago, Mark joined our family!  I have a few hours left before I have to fully acknowledge the fact that I have a one-year old because he was born at 10:23 pm.  But, really, today’s his birthday … Continue reading

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As We Speak, Watching the Snow Come Down

(This picture is not as we speak, though.  It’s from our last snow storm, just after Christmas!)

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