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Monthly Archives: July 2014
In job-starved Provo, a piano move is very reasonably priced! This is how I spent Tuesday.
Because what are visiting relatives for if not for helping with your move. Good luck to Kristin & Josh in their new apartment!
Where else would the uber nerds go on a Saturday night in Utah Valley? The whole evening was dripping with hipster irony. All the locals dressed in their most coffee-house chic skinny jeans, scarves, expensive canvas shoes, artfully wrinkled chambray, … Continue reading
Just before my alarm on Tuesday–an early alarm so we could drive to Provo to see my married kids and arrive before rush hour–a loud crash rocked the USB. Instantly I knew. “Someone hit us.” Melanie ran out to attend … Continue reading
We have been in Boise enjoying time with my mom and my sister’s family. My four nieces are the sweetest! Then my baby brother came up with his darling wife and daughter. Yay! A fifth niece to play with all … Continue reading
And this is how you lose a week of your life… July 4 getting ready to drive July 5 driving and getting ready to get sick July 6 sick and getting ready to drive July 7 really sick while Batman … Continue reading
Batman took Jack into the city to the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum. And the American History Museum. And the Washington Monument. And the White House ellipse. Grandma & I stayed at the RV with the dog and watched the … Continue reading
DC Tourists (from Wednesday)
I continue to be surprised by things I thought I knew, but now realize that I had no clue, like when my second child was born and I went to put the two kids in the car by myself. Whole … Continue reading
Chance Meeting at Monticello (from Tuesday)
Here are some pictures of Jack and Batman outside Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. The tour was mind-blowing and worth every penny and every mile out of our way to get there. The home and grounds are lovingly preserved by an army … Continue reading
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