When Warren jokingly told B to just lick my birthday cake, since he was too full for a slice, K took his advice. Of course, when I blew up K’s ball (literally.) On his way home, his plane caught fire, Continue reading Funny moments of W’s visit
K was getting fractious just as W our visitor wanted some rest. I suggested that we go outside to try out K’s new ball. It needed inflating, so I found the bicycle pump, and the adaptor, but I wasn’t sure Continue reading Bahm!
The local builder called in to clear the chimney in Busman’s Honeymoon is always picking up bits of string and quoting, “Safe Bind, Safe Find.” This morning, the clutter got to me, especially with missing gift cards, and instruction manuals. Continue reading Safe Bind, Safe Find
Wrapping Paper and Tape are the most important. She’s wrapped tags with “to” written on them, and purloined toilet paper. It was clean. Unwrapping is important too. Sometimes she’ll do it for you.
My kids will really appreciate that title. Everyone has off from homeschool for the duration, except B, whose flute and Spanish tutorials are ongoing, so his practice is. I’m enjoying my vacation, investigating how to integrate the blog on the Continue reading I Need to Bake More Cookies
I went through the back hallway, put away the Fall weight coats, and found my missing camera. Just in time for Christmas 1.0 All the little kids liked to climb on B and M.
B’s concert was short and sweet, K didn’t have time to get naughty when Dan took her out to the hallway to fidgit and dance. This morning one of our Dairy Queen light bulbs failed spectacularly, and burned a hole Continue reading Random Happenings
ChristineGuestDesigns.com is up
We all caught K’s cold the day after Thanksgiving. So we are a week behind in the original homeschool plan. I ‘get’ to re-invent that plan today, being Mary Pride’s ‘Slasher Mom.’ I’m trimming whatever does not seem to be Continue reading Remembering the Week of Illness
The light flickers through the oaks on Fairview drive right into my eyes on the way to Sunday School. Mom was trying to decide what desert to make Sunday afternoon when she noticed how many of the cookies I’d brought Continue reading Sunday afternoon notes
The Yarn Harlot blogged yesterday about the unexpected controversy she whipped up on Twitter saying that pattern testers should be paid. The whole problem of low pattern prices, lack of respect for hand made things (often women made handmade things) Continue reading Was I exploiting my Test Knitters?
Cristina at Home Spun Juggling has done it – Her first 2 years of comics are in print form, in time for Christmas delivery!