Thursday, July 29, 2010
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Monday, May 10, 2010
So this year for Claire's science fair project the 1st graders had to make a something that represented the ocean using nothing new but instead they had adhere to the idea of "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle". It was fun because we forgot until the last minute and it became a small family affair. Ike came up with the idea and possible means of construction, others hunted for the items needed, Claire went outside and dug up rocks with one of her brothers, and I raided all the craft supplies that I have saved (because of course nothing could be new), and we found a box that had been headed for the trash--then construction began. This picture is the result...A clown fish living in a sea anemone
Sunday, May 9, 2010
Miss you Dave
Monday, May 3, 2010
Nate is so much fun to watch playing soccer this year (8th grade). He is a starter on his team and definitely one of the more dynamic players. His enthusiam is contageous and makes those freezing cold Pennsylvania soccer games fun to be a part of--even if you are just a spectator.
In this photo he is the tiny player waiting for a ball to decend so that he might complete one of his frequent 'headers'.
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Monday, April 12, 2010
I turned on my computer today and there on my profile was a small photo of Usher...this is what happens when your daughter uses the computer! Not that Usher isn't a beautiful speciman of manhood but it feels a little strange so he is now gone.
for the sake of knowing who our daughter once thought was the man to see, even if she saved it for Ariel, I have saved it here!
Dave, on the other hand, has months left in his residency so I think he must be experiencing 'early onset Senioritis'. Of course the challenges that his particular residency program present are reason enough for him to have felt the full effects of senioritis for the past several years--since mid-2005 maybe!
The thing is, living with two individuals that are 'done' with what is required puts ME in the mood for a "Ferris Bueller day off"!
Saturday, February 6, 2010