Posts tagged William
HALLOWEEN COSTUME SHOPPING. The season is here to let our families go into fantasyland and dress like their favorite characters and dreams. I’ve told you it’s one of my favorite milestones during the year. Halloween night in our neighborhood is the chance to socialize block by block.
Jordan declared she was going to be a feminine Castiel from Supernatural. She pulled the costume together More >
INSPIRED BY “DEAR CHRISSY” TO TAKE A LOOK THROUGH MY MOST RECENT SNAPSHOTS AND LOOK AT WHAT THE PAST WEEK CONTAINED — AMAZING HOW QUICKLY THE CHAOS BECOMES A GOOD MEMORY. Family life is busy. I feel like that is the reply I give 99% of the time to those who ask. Invariably there are schedule conflicts each day and a list of items to be finished before the next school day which require some quiet More >
OUR WEEKEND CONSISTED OF CATCHING UP AND SLOWING DOWN. No big trips, no celebrations, just the basics. In the midst of ‘a lot of nothing’ came the ‘little somethings’ which I mark in my mind’s memory. There were baseball practices filled with perfecting a pitch to homeplate. Fall Ball has begun:
A new pet entered our life on Sunday afternoon while swimming in the neighborhood pool. This poor More >
WE JUST RETURNED FROM A WONDERFULLY RELAXED SPRING BREAK AND EASTER HOLIDAY IN MY HOMETOWN. We visited my 97 year old grandmother who was alert and talkative. It was nice to see her recovering from some winter rehabilitation and back to her own home. Amazingly she lives independently in an apartment specially made for mobility issues…I venture to say she is healthier than most 40 year olds. Very More >
LAST NIGHT WE WERE AT THE BALLPARK UNTIL 10:00 PM. It was officially the first game of the season. The stormy weather of this weekend had delayed it on Saturday so there we sat in some of the coldest weather we’ve had during this mild winter. But to look on the field and hear the boys from our team chant, you would have never known it was even chilly. They were fired up for their first game and More >