Monthly Archives: May 2014

first rehearse

First we rehearsed. . . . . . and then we celebrated the rehearsal. Carlsons will be Carlsons. The Ambrose clan The future Mr. and Mrs.

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origami

It was her last time to clean our house, since we’ll have more time on our hands now. But along with these little treasures, fashioned from paper towels, she thanked us!

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the happy ending

And then it was over. Even the shouting. It’s cool when you can leave a┬áposition you’ve held for 33 years and be able to honestly tell your groups how much you’ve loved and appreciated working with them right up to … Continue reading

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celebrate

It started with a cake. Celebrating Mom Edna’s 95th birthday on Mothers Day. Her birthday isn’t actually until the 19th, but DK (a.k.a. brother Daryl) wanted to organize a family party on a day we were all available. Here’s the … Continue reading

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lasts

“I realized this morning that I’ve been at NFC for half my life,” said Mauri to me. “Of course, I did a few things before I came here.” This is a month of “lasts,” as Mauri finishes out his 33 … Continue reading

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throwback thursday

Throwback Thursday gives me an excuse to post pictures from my vast archives. It isn’t a new trend among social media users, but it’s relatively new to me. I’ve had some fun each of the past four Thursdays watching my … Continue reading

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