Sunday, February 27, 2005

Paws Up

Paws Up
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Tuesday, February 22, 2005


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Sarah Stilwell, Jesse Dovi, Greg and I went to this incredible show by the band called Leahy a few weeks ago. It's made up of 8 siblings (out of 11!) and the music is kind of Irish/Canadian/something mix. Really good stuff. They're super talented, and a lot of fun to watch. Leahy is an experience. Check them out if they're ever in your area!

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This is a card Sarah Stilwell sent me. So funny! Probably the best pregnancy card ever.

Friday, February 18, 2005


Currently, Andrew and I go through a rediculous amount of Cheerios per week. Andrew is crazy about them because he's a toddler, and toddler's generally love those things. Ever since I was little I've always loved plain Cheerios with honey drizzled over them (and milk, of course!) for breakfast, and now that I'm pregnant, I just can't get enough of them! I eat at least two bowls for breakfast each morning, and then, if the mood/hunger strikes, at least once again during the day/night. With sliced bananas over the top it's even better! Honey Nut Cheerios are just not as good, I tell ya. And neither are any of those fruit ones.

Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Mitford World

For the true Mitford Crazies.

Jan Karon

Monday, February 14, 2005

This Is London

Unbelievable, but I suppose it must be true.


Tuesday, February 08, 2005


This video clip is a must see! I don't remember the last time I saw something this funny.

Monday, February 07, 2005

At Home In Mitford

Anytime that I don't blog for a month at a time or so, chances are, I'm buried in a good book.

The current culprit is a series I've been working through called the Mitford Chronicles, by Jan Karon. At face value, they don't really jump out and grab you, but they're so full of good stuff.

First off, I grew up in Suburbia City, so, as these books are all about a fictitious little country town called Mitford, they intrigue me. Then the author has this way of writing all the stories around these very common characters leading ordinary lives with extraordinary results.

As I read, I also find my faith being built up and encouraged, and, although I've never lived in a tiny town myself, I find myself completely engrossed, "living in Mitford", if you will.

What I've written so far probably will not spur anyone on to check them out themselves, but it's very difficult to properly describe books like these. They apparently are very popular though, because most or all of them have made it to #1 New York Times Best Sellers. Anyway, if you feel like picking up a good read, consider these.