Monthly Archives for May 2010
On Sunday, Matt and I cleaned out our home to get ready for the Minnesota Blogger Event to End Child Hunger, organized by Molly from The Snyder 5. Nearly 1 in 4 children in America doesn’t know where their next … Continue reading
It was the lot that got us. Matt stuck a note in their door. If you ever want to sell, he wrote. We didn’t mean now.
Yesterday Matt came home from work to find I’d left an ant trap on the floor. And it’d leaked. Only I hadn’t cleaned it up, so, when I came downstairs to greet him, he asked, “Why didn’t you clean it … Continue reading
While in Ithaca, my hometown, I took pictures of houses I like. Because, for me, this is what home looks like. And now we’ve decided to do it, to really do it. We’re going to build a home of our … Continue reading
At swimming on Friday, our 3 year old fell off the step. And the teacher didn’t notice until seconds later when I entered the pool area. He was stuck underwater, running in place like a slow motion movie. She pulled … Continue reading
We planted the tree last spring and couldn’t wait for it to grow. Then our parents felled their aging ones. Now I wish I could freeze time.
A few nights ago, Matt + I snuck away from our children for two hours to grab a quick bite at Yum Bakery. He ordered a chuck burger, while I ordered fish tacos, and, as we waited for our food … Continue reading
He told his buddies at preschool that he got to leave early to go to the baseball game. He fell asleep in his dad’s lap a few innings in.