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  • For you addicts that just want “More! More!” ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • Let the dancing begin!

    “Square your sets! The dance is starting!” Here are my father and mother-in-law, ready to dance Jingle Bells I love this picture of Sarah and Alice trying to figure out if they’re standing in the right place. ๐Ÿ™‚ Anja and Alyssa reach a hand across the set as Jeremy calls to the tune of Jingle…

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  • Preview of Square Dance Pictures

    I don’t usually post on Sundays, but I wanted you to get a taste of what’s to come, for I am going to swamp our readers with pictures tomorrow of the fun square dance we hosted last night… The caller… The dance floor… …and Aunt Elise warming up the dance floor with her nephew. More…

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  • Wreath Season Has Begun

    A new week, a new month, and the beginning of the holiday season! What comes to mind first for you when you think of the holidays? For me, for more years than I can tally, November and December mean Making Christmas Wreaths. I have had my own flower arranging and wreath business since I was…

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  • Tour of My First Kitchen

    The top of the fridge is a favorite spot – when I have kept it tidy. It holds a lovely blue antique bowl from my Grandma, my wooden salad bowls, and a set of oil and vinegar. The artwork on the fridge is by Anneke. ๐Ÿ™‚ Continuing to the right, my sink with its lovely…

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  • Farewell Robin

    Our dear friend Robin passed away at 12:30 this afternoon. We thank the Lord her suffering is over, and for all the lives He touched through her while she was here on earth. We will meet again.For a little more about how Robin influenced my life, check out “Happy to Be Here”

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  • Nancy Always Had Thick Ankles

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  • The Boy’s New Hair Cut

    So handsome!!!

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  • Battle

    i’m stuck in this cagei want to get outbut i’m afraid to knock down the doori know there are green meadowsand soothing streams on the other sidebut i’m still scared to deathscared because no one knows that i’m in hereto break down the doorwould reveal to all that iam a prisonerthat needs to be freeso…

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  • This week – same as last!

    I’ve given up trying to get caught up on the blog – I appreciate Anja and Olivia keeping fresh stuff up while I’m busy! These are pictures from last week, but they illustrate this week as well! Today Jesse and I and his great grandma are going blueberry picking!Jesse loves blueberries. He was rather overwhelmed…

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  • Something you didn’t know about me…

      My Peculiar aristocratic Title is “Reverent Lady Trina the Kind of Fiddlehope in the Marsh This was when I was still a novice, before I took my vows (age 19) And here I am in the Fiddlehope Marsh, at the age of 22, after I became the first female bishop in the diocese. (of,…

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  • I don’t know why the link didn’t work for you at first, Ruth – I tried it and it went right through. You have to be signed in to Snapfish in order to view the album. Try again, here. Hope it works this time!

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  • Saturday was the girls’ dance recital. All three of my sisters, as well as Jeremy’s niece and nephew were in several of the dances, so we were really looking forward to the show!My sisters in the opening dance – Anneke on top! Niece Havalah – she had such good form – she’s only 7! Havalah,…

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  • I have been thinking lately about flexibility, spontaneity, and structure, and the balance we must have of each in our lives. I like structure. My husband is spontaneous. I loved this when we were dating, because it meant that we would have surprise, at-the-drop-of-a-hat dates, and lots of memories made in moments that would have…

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