Monthly Archives: October 2016

sonny and sher (a.k.a sonny and cher)

I’ve been working hard on our Halloween costumes, and I think we’re ready to go as a slightly aged singing duo.

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redwing boots

John has sketched his way through many sketch books over the years. Sometimes he shares pages on social media because they depict aspects of his daily life. A journal of sorts. Recently he shared this drawing with the caption “I … Continue reading

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i took the course

After procrastinating as long as I could, I finally took the online sexual abuse awareness training course and quiz, which was asked of the staff and everyone in leadership positions at NFC, including elders/stewards/trustees and anyone working with youth and … Continue reading

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a teenager no more

By way of comparison, this is our oldest grandson, Bailey, in 2009, only seven years ago, taken just prior to the launch into his teenage years. Earlier this week he exited his teen years, having matured into this fine young … Continue reading

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queenly treatment

When I arrived at work this morning Dan was at work blowing leaves off the parking lot. Like a gentleman, he blew a little path for me. I probably didn’t need to, but I put down the box I was … Continue reading

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blimpie

Once I got my wish for a Goodwill in Newberg, I figured I didn’t get any more wishes. But look! My heart skipped a beat when I learned a Blimpie is coming to town. After all, it’s been a favorite … Continue reading

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dusty update

It’s been three weeks since I reported on Dusty’s progress. It’s been slow, painfully slow, but Quinn reported today that Dusty had his last “medicine ball” infusion, and the PICC line is out. That’s good news, of course, since it … Continue reading

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