Archive for December, 2007

The price parents pay

Posted: December 31, 2007 in Uncategorized

Yep – this is a pricey one.   Telling Chelsea “sure, you can have a New Year’s Eve party …”

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Guitar Hero

Posted: December 31, 2007 in Uncategorized

Thanks to Jonathan for bringing Guitar Hero to our house this morning – what a hoot!  It brought Chelsea downstairs from a deep sleep before 12 noon!  

Oh, to relive my youth by playing “I Want to Rock n’ Roll All Night” by KISS!!  We had a ball!

Wahoo! Titan’s Win!

Posted: December 30, 2007 in Uncategorized

Yup yup – the weekend ended with a big Tennessee win!  Love that.   Looking forward to seeing them play against San Diego next Sunday.   Great fun watching the game tonight with family and friends, too. Good night.  

Chelsea pulled off a great surprise as part of her dad’s birthday celebration…
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When I was two years old

Posted: December 30, 2007 in Uncategorized

There are a lot of things I remember from my childhood.  I am not sure why things are etched so deeply in my mind.  They just are. 

What I probably remember most of all is the fact that my parents took me everywhere when I was little. Rarely did I have a babysitter way back then. I was simply part of the cargo that made the trip – whether it was something as simple as dinner at the local steakhouse. Or as complex as taking me on a camping trip when I was five weeks old.

For whatever reason, my parents drug me along. I became quite resilient to coming and going.

But, it didn’t come without a price – at least early on …
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Almost too tired to post

Posted: December 29, 2007 in Uncategorized

Just as I started typing, I felt an overwhelming urge to stop.  Close my notebook and blog again another day … then I just kept typing …

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Another year and mighty fine!

Posted: December 28, 2007 in Uncategorized

My hubby is celebrating a birthday today – doesn’t matter which one.  I am extremely thankful for all birthdays, aren’t you? Today, it’s been all about whatever he wanted to do …
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