Archive > May 2011

A Hillbilly in New York, Part 2

     Well, we made it back.      I think the trip went remarkably well.  It’s taken me a few days to get this post up because I’ve been in recovery since we got home (at 4:30am!)  Also, I think I’ve spent some time digesting what all we saw, and fielding the questions that my son […]

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A Hillbilly in New York, Pt. 1

     Yep, you read that right–we are going to New York City.  A friend of mine is a music teacher, and she is taking a group of her kids to perform in Carnegie Hall (practice, practice, practice) and she invited us to go along! How cool is that?      I am VERY excited.  Now, I’m […]

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A Funeral at the Compost Heap

     Everyone has different ways of finding a little solitude in their life.  Some people run, or do yoga, or meditate, or read, or, in my case, work on their compost heap.  It sounds a little odd, I guess, but you take what you can get.       Each weekday morning after I take Evelyn to […]

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Dental Hell

“We have nothing to fear but fear itself–and the dentist.” Someone other than Winston Churchill !!!!!!!!!!!WARNING!!!!!!!!!!!! THIS BLOG POST CONTAINS LARGE AMOUNTS OF SELF PITY      It says in the Bible that the sins of the father shall be visited even unto the seventh generation (or something like that) and I think it may be […]

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