Monthly Archives: August 2011

Racing and Sauntering

Walking to and from the playground with the two grands can be quite an adventure. She races ahead, causing Buppa to constantly yell for her to wait. I could keep up — possibly — except that I also must keep … Continue reading

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He’s Done it Again!!

When is this boy going to stop with these prodigious feats that a two-year-old shouldn’t be doing? Mom now claims that the play stove is destined for the trash heap. Meanwhile, she doesn’t climb like he does, but she’s my … Continue reading

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More British than the British?

Just this week I stumbled upon (literally — using this single page: Did Americans in 1776 have British Accents? Of course, I already knew the answer or thought I did from previous reading, but this page reminded me of … Continue reading

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All About the Boy

I haven’t posted a whole lot about Zach lately, so to begin to make up for that lapse, here are some photos and descriptions.

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MacArthur Woolen Mill

One afternoon last weekend whilst Cuppa was concentrating on her beading, I drove to the site of the old MacArthur Woolen Mill for a bit of a photo shoot. Since my main intent was to scout the location, I didn’t … Continue reading

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Cuppa the Artisan …

… or is it artist? Last autumn, Cuppa spent a day at a beading workshop. She didn’t follow up on her new found knowledge at the time, but, knowing that she’s a jewellry (oh, how I wish my American spellchecker … Continue reading

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Those Kids Again!

Because photos have been piling up a bit, especially of the grands, it seems time to create a few collages so that I can deal with a whole bunch of them at once. The first set is comprised of recent … Continue reading

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