Monthly Archives: July 2015

We’re Alive! We’re Well! We Have Short Hair!

I do apologize for the blog silence over the past couple of weeks.  We’ve been busy having a fun summer and that, combined with lots of emails to answer and other stuff has meant that I just haven’t managed to … Continue reading

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The Last Playdate (sniff, sniff) (and a TOTALLY AWESOME way to keep kids occupied outside)

Just before our friends moved to Cambodia, the kids (who will be referred to by the initials P and I – as in the first letter of her first name and not an awkward way to refer to myself) came … Continue reading

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June/July Sewing: Fabric Cards for Our Dear Friends

Recently, we tearfully said goodbye to a precious family who we knew through our church.  Their first-born, P, is just three months older than Ellie and the two of them have been friends essentially since they were born.  For the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Freedom

Today the United States of America celebrates the adoption of our Declaration of Independence in 1776, which famously states, We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with … Continue reading

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