Monthly Archives: July 2010

friday five: love the one you’re with

I’m taking a dissertation break to do this week’s Friday Five: Kathryn at RevGalBlogPals gives us this Friday Five as she heads to the beach: I ask you to please name five things you like about where you are living … Continue reading

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the blogroll

So far, with the exception of Movie Mom, these are blogs of people I know In Real Life. Which means there is an evangelical bent on my blogroll. But all of these folks are just trying to live their lives … Continue reading

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The concept and reality of community has become kind of a “thing” for me lately, really pretty much since we went back to church. I’m going to try to write some blog posts about community, though I’m sure they’ll be … Continue reading

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a fun age

Squeak is at a really fun age. He can pretty much eat by himself–yay! He sits and plays by himself, but he’s also super social and quite the flirt. For awhile I had to carry him anywhere we really wanted … Continue reading

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friday five: decisions decisions

From Songbird at RevGalBlogPals: Since I’ve been in the midst of a discernment process, I’ve done a lot of reflecting on how we make decisions. But don’t worry, I’m not going to ask you to reveal a dark story about … Continue reading

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what i did on my summer vacation

Well, I totally failed keeping up on the blog while I was traveling. I’m not sure one should have to process a vacation, but I feel like I should. We’ll see whether I do. Meanwhile, here are a few thoughts: … Continue reading

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imaginary friends at the park

I was reminded yesterday that part of my reason for blogging was to write down stories to remember about the kids. So here goes. Yesterday we drove from Minneapolis, MN to Mason City, IA. As is our wont, we took … Continue reading

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