When Kathryn was little, she loved to find math fact problems in everyday life. Especially on digital clocks. For instance, 2:46 was 2 + 4 = 6, and so on. She loved the patterns (still does) and the logic (still does) but liked math itself less as time went on. As my firstborn and first […]
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So last week I gave you a little one-photo teaser, but now that our big kids and grands have all left town, I’ve got time to properly tell all about Lindsey’s beach wedding. Consider yourself warned: photo-heavy post. NOT SORRY! 😉 Yes, we photographed the wedding. I took the getting-ready photos, and stepped in when […]
So this happened on Sunday evening: We still have family in town (so many grandbabies!) but I’ll tell y’all all about it soon!
“Aging is an inevitable process. I surely wouldn’t want to grow younger. The older you become, the more you know; your bank account of knowledge is much richer.” ~ William Holden I get reflective around my birthday. It feels like an appropriate time to analyze where I am in life, look back on my personal […]
“Just living is not enough… one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower.” ~ Hans Christian Andersen May is the month of an explosion of hydrangeas in my backyard. I have pink, purple, and blue — and they make me all kinds of happy! happenings & homeschooling Sea turtle season has kicked off, and […]
My first foray into parenting a boy was when I became stepmom to a teen already significantly taller than me. He drummed on everything (EVERYTHING) and could fall asleep anywhere (gets that from his dad), but has always been a likeable guy. He didn’t fit any of the negative expectations our culture tries to pin on […]