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Sasha fancies herself to be a cat, even though she is clearly not a cat. She greatly enjoys sneaking up onto the back of our couch cushions, straddling them, and then falling asleep. She knows the word “off” and will … Continue reading
Husband did some research and then a seven dollar part and a couple hours later my computer was back. This was my laptop on Thursday. It had been acting up – randomly making chargers unusable (yes, more than one), slowing … Continue reading
Celebrations, big and small. We awoke to unexpected rain. Here in the desert, bonus rain is always something to celebrate. Husband and I walked the dogs while the boys road their bikes ahead of us. The cloudy weather made the … Continue reading
Carter created these, one for each member of our family (pets included, of course). Top row: Husband, Haley, yours truly Middle row: Chloe, Sasha, James Bottom row: Carter*, Leia, Cody** *And no, we don’t let Carter smoke in real life. … Continue reading
It has been thirty-seven days since we left the house as a family to go somewhere, actually getting out of the car. (I’m not counting going for a sanity drive, as going somewhere, nor am I counting walks.) I’m feeling … Continue reading
The rounded purple flower was cut from our vegetable garden from our onion chive plant. I’m not sure what type of bush the other purple flowers hail from, but I rather like them. The old microscope we found in Husband’s … Continue reading
Front yard, backyard. Pictures from within our safe space. Why is it that “front yard” is two words, but “backyard” is one? I find it rather bothersome.
We were treated to a bit of rain, clouds, and cold this weekend in Phoenix, AZ. Don’t feel too bad for us, however, because while parts of our country are suffering with extreme temperatures this also happened to us over … Continue reading
Nothing quite like using fresh squeezed grapefruit juice to make a margarita on a sunny day.? Even better, the citrus was given to us from one of our neighbors. Cheers!