Category Archives: It’s Personal

It’s Important.

I’ve been trying to write this post for days.  I’m still not sure I have the words quite right, but here it goes. This is my friend, Yvonne, and her dear family. Yvonne lost her battle with cancer just last week.   The loss of her is still new.   I am happy in that she does not bear...

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Windy.

Last week was super-duper windy here in Kansas.  So, I decided to take out the kiddo of mine with the least hair for photos. Ü This child.  Seven,  my only boy, silly and profound. We spent the evening chasing hazy orange sunlight, battling the warm wind with sticks, and laughing at each other’s zombie impressions. I love him...

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Our Winter.

This is my middle daughter.  For those of you that don’t know the back story, I’ll tell you the condensed version.  Three years ago, I had a two year old and a four year old  (my birth children.)  Then Kristie, Winter’s older sister, moved into our home and we became her foster family.  Winter is Kristie’s...

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He loves to read.

Here is a rare glimpse of my son sitting very still. ♥ I am also entering this photo into this week’s I Heart Faces challenge, which is “by the book.”    A boy’s story is the best that is ever told. ~Charles Dickens

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Come let your hair down!

My Zoey girl.  My smallest.  My mightiest. Last weekend she turned five.  She was so happy about it, I thought she might burst.  We had a Rapunzel party, Tangled style, to celebrate the occasion.  The party was complete with a Tangled tower “cake” made out of donuts (this was harder than it looked–whew,) friends in their princess...

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