Author Archives: sherrymacy

surprise!

This is how it started for them——in Virginia! Early on Wednesday, as in 3 a.m. early. Two flights to cross the country, both provided seats for the babies——a huge gift for the parents. This is how it started for me! … Continue reading

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i did it!

Yes, I finally retired from my job as office administrator at Newberg Friends Church. I’ve worked from the same office for 15 years, doing all the things an office administrator does plus a host of other things too. No, I … Continue reading

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typewriter

Mauri and I are downright pathetic. When we discover a movie we both like, we watch it again and again and again . . . Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Return to Me, If I Were You, Scapegoat, the … Continue reading

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one-year photo shoot

Life’s busyness got in the way of my sharing a few pictures from the Carlson girls’ one-year photo shoot. So bear with me while I belatedly put just a few gems on here for posterity. Have you seen them often … Continue reading

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first day photos

Hee hee! I love first-day-of-school pictures so much! Here’s what I have. . . Schools in Arizona start early (and end early too), so Cassidy was the first to show up. Quinn knows I need lots of pictures, so she … Continue reading

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two-day vacation

We arrived at our destination—Astoria, Oregon— hungry. Before we left home, Mauri had researched some dining possibilities, and this one caught our attention. Bowpicker got a high rating from many reviewers, so we waited in the line we’re told never … Continue reading

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walking

No surprise that one of my favorite things is a video of a baby learning to walk. Yesterday, Beth sent me this video of Emery, which meant I needed to grab a screenshot of that look for her book. I’ll … Continue reading

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