Monthly Archives: February 2018

new pictures!

Have I mentioned how much I love pictures? How lucky am I, then, to have professional photographers in the family! John Macy recently passed along the family pictures he and Erin took at our traditional Christmas brunch at the Jory … Continue reading

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appreciation

I remember how much fun we had last year at Linsey’s client appreciation party at Chapters Books, so of course I was ready for it again. Linsey’s a cracker jack Realtor, which is why she has so many people to … Continue reading

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in all kinds of other weather

Oregon gets a bad rap when it comes to weather. Me, I love Oregon weather. Yes, even the rain. Maybe especially the rain. You’re right. If all we had was rain, I might get tired moss growing on my eyebrows. … Continue reading

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in all kinds of weather

Location: Puerto, Vallarta, MX. Those people down there are Dusty and Cassidy. It was Dusty’s birthday (yesterday), and the entire Anderson clan (parents, brother/family) gathered in warm country for some time together. Location: Whitetail Ski Resort in Mercersburg, PA. These … Continue reading

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seattle adventure

Too much time has passed since Quinn and I attended a Beth Moore Living Proof Live event together. Two years ago we tried. We met in Waco, Texas. Dallas, actually, but the conference was held in Waco. But Quinn got … Continue reading

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yuck!

I post this joke from New Yorker to get a laugh out of Mauri. I could just show it to him since he’s in the next room. But that isn’t as much fun. I don’t try to tell either one … Continue reading

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a sign of our times

Remember the days we would reach for the phone book to use as a booster chair for our littles? This was delivered to the office today. We might need 20 or 30 of those to boost our kids now! We … Continue reading

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