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Greetings virtual villagers and family, new and old. We’ve been up to our eyeballs in home living and working (and playing!) for the last few months; having long, flash-past days, and short, did-I-even-sleep nights; squeezing the most out of every 24-hour cycle … Continue reading
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We’ve settled into a lovely rhythm in our Santa Cruzian life. And now, the days mete out their joyful goings-on in pretty cycles to which we’re all starting to sway and dance. Every day has it’s own tidal minutia — … Continue reading
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Holy holiday bliss, Batman! How much fun can one family possibly have just hanging out together? Well, throw in some beach time, some Captain Jack Sparrow, a little poolside pageantry, and several stellar imaginations — and you begin to push … Continue reading
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For our family, Summer has now official started! One of the first indicators was the beginning of Bella’s vacation from school and the corollary arrival of our “biggest sister” to her Missoula home. Xi and Echo nearly launched into orbit … Continue reading
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Dear Friends (including those I have yet to actually meet in any fashion): I’ve missed you, and I’ve missed coming here to commune with you, and to tell you what I’ve been thinking about and what the [current] “haps” is … Continue reading
I wanted to take a quick break from the Basics series I’ve been working on to share a little home news with you all — of course, the “home” part of the news being somewhat relative, as you’ll see below. … Continue reading