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Busy, Fun, a Little Bit Scary Friday

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Yesterday was fun, but exhausting! For our Year of the Rabbit feast, my class made egg rolls and Vietnamese spring rolls - from scratch with vegetables and other ingredients I bought at the Asian grocery store the night before. Making egg rolls and Vietnamese spring rolls for the entire school with 19 children can be challenging - but they do love to cook, and I love teaching them how to use fresh ingredients. They did a great job!

The younger children made stir fry, almond cookies, and jasmine tea, and the kindergarten performed a dragon dance down the hall and through the classrooms to bring everyone to lunch.











After school I took some of the yummy leftover's to my ex-mother-in-law's house so she could enjoy some fresh cooked food. At 91 and living alone, she appreciates the visit and loves to get home cooked food.

Then on to dinner with a friend before heading to a classical guitar concert in Cincinnati. I have been looking forward to this concert because my former flamenco teacher was performing. He moved to Illinois several years ago, and I really miss his excellent music instruction. Here is a little You Tube video of Dave playing one of the pieces he performed (not a clip from the concert however - this one looks like he made it in his music room):

www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7PqGUAsUd4

My heart sank when I arrived back home though. I found all of the chickens but one, Lucy the Red Head, tucked in their coop. It was dark out and searching with a flashlight netted no results. We have foxes, coyotes, and raccoons living here, so I was very worried when I went to bed. This morning, I followed chicken footprints around looking for either Lucy or at least some feathers - nothing. I let the other girls out, soaked some bread in warm water for their morning treat and called them. Much to my relief, Lucy showed up from somewhere. I still can't figure out where she was. But all is well with the force, fur and feather kids all present and healthy.



Plans for today include working on the fairy house, cleaning the house, practicing my flamenco guitar.

I am REALLY looking forward to this ice melting so I can get back to my walking routine!

Have a wonderful weekend, my friends.

  
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KRITTERKEEPERS 2/14/2011 11:17AM

    So happy to hear Lucy's adventure was not disastrous. She is such a pretty chicken!
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JABULONESTAR 2/13/2011 11:08PM

    Chris, You are such a fabulous teacher :) I hope your school and your students know how lucky they are to have you. Of course it sounds like your school is pretty amazing too because they have all these events :)

Wow what a fun, exciting day. The pictures are wonderful. I am happy that Lucy is ok!


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MARY1313 2/13/2011 7:54PM

    wow Lucy had an adventure! glad she is back.

I can't imagine coordinating all that cooking with kids! I bet its fun and exhausting all at the same time!

Mary

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PUDLECRAZY 2/13/2011 1:04AM

    Lucy made certain she was in her coop with the other girls at dusk this evening; I think her over night adventure scared her, too.

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IUHRYTR 2/12/2011 7:59PM

    I sound like the proverbial broken record, but you have such a fun school and do so many creative things with the students. Love the dragon and glad your brood is safe. -- Lou

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OLDERDANDRT 2/12/2011 6:56PM

    Oh no!!! You really scared me!!!! So glad Lucy is ok!! You gotta teach her to talk, so she can tell you where she was and why!!!!!! And I hope you gave her the lecture about the dangers of being out in the night!!!! Sheesh!!!I'd have grounded her!! hehe
So, a busy day, for sure! You have more energy in your little finger than I do in my whole self!!! Keep on keepin' on!! I hope your students know how lucky they are to have such a great gal for a teacher!

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KJE_3001 2/12/2011 2:26PM

    I'm glad to hear Lucy is ok! Hearing about your school adventures continuously makes me wish I was a kid again and attending your school!

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MCGS62 2/12/2011 2:24PM

    That's an interesting way to learn world cultures , through home made cuisine.
Did you give them any wasabi paste or was discretion the order of the day.
Glad your chicken came home no foxes got to play General Tso.
I have some interesting news AMUSICMAKER2 is back and joined my team this morning. Wasn't she the one of the founders of your team too.

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MTNCLIMBER88 2/12/2011 9:56AM

    So glad Lucy is okay!!!!

Your school is just so incredibly neat - all the stuff that you make and do with your students makes me want to do elementary school again! You really sound like an awesome teacher :)

Have a great weekend!

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VALERIEMAHA 2/12/2011 8:56AM

    I just LOVE peeking into your life, Chris. You are such an amazing teacher. And the concert sounds like it was wonderful!

So, HEY! How come you didn't introduce me to the chickies when I visited??? I feel slighted now that I see a photo of Lucy! LOL
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WATERMELLEN 2/12/2011 8:53AM

    "There was more rejoicing over the one lost Lucy . . .": what a relief!! And what a great day you had. Your school is a marvel and you are clearly a major impetus behind that marvel. What great memories you are building for your children: they are lucky lucky lucky!! (Just hope their parents are appropriately grateful and express it once in awhile . . .!!)

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Haven't Been Here Much ~

Sunday, February 06, 2011

Argh! I have really been absent from SP since December. Mostly it is good, I've been busy at work and busy at home and have spent a lot less time on computer. Maybe a little too much time of Facebook, though.

What with the relentless freezing rain and Ice, I really haven't gotten to the gym or gone out walking much. This has been a long, hard winter. Not a day without snow on the ground since early December. I have to say, in Ohio I prefer a snow cover - otherwise it is so gray and gloomy I get depressed. Nonetheless, it has not been conducive to my walking routine. My home practice has been very erratic ~ while I've been eating well, exercise has been my downfall this winter.

My granddaughter just had her third birthday this week!



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I wish she lived closer so I could see her more often.

My various projects have been keeping me busy in a good way, and have been the kind of projects that I can't mindlessly eat while working on them. A cup of tea handy, and I am totally absorbed.



Luna likes to keep me company while I'm working. These ice days when we have had no school have really helped her build her trust and be more a part of the family. Here she is hanging with my two most recent fairies. I have to watch her around the fairies though; she likes to bite their heads off and run around with them. Little predator!



I have been making slow progress on the fairy house. I have spent a lot of time sanding, painting the trim, and trying to figure out the directions. Yesterday I dry-fitted the walls and fireplace/oven to see how they would fit together, then painted the interior walls in preparation of glueing together today. The walls will eventually be stuccoed, but I need to fit everything together first.

Wishing everyone well,
Chris

  
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BADASSBLONDIE 2/16/2011 5:10PM

    What a cute granddaughter! And a beautiful kitteh. :D I hope Spring gets to you soon!

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    You have a beautiful granddaughter and I love the picture of Luna with the fairies :) The story of Luna running off with their heads made me laugh emoticon

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MARY1313 2/9/2011 12:22AM

    what a gorgeous Grandy Girl! I love the house too!

Mary

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MEOWMAMA3 2/8/2011 7:28AM

    Love the pics! Cutie pies! (I know what you mean about little furry predators...I have a big-headed orange hockey player...if it's movable by paw, it's gonna launch!) Enjoy your winter projects and before you know it spring will have sprung!

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CLEVAGAL 2/7/2011 6:55PM

    I havent been around much either but I have been reading your blogs

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MJLUVSANIMALS 2/7/2011 1:55PM

    A fairy house! How fantastic. Are you building from scratch? Or are you doing it from a kit. I have always wanted to do a dollhouse, from the ground up, with my own touch, even down to the paintings done by me inside. I have a future view, of it sitting in a window, for all the world to see, all lit up, and whimsical. Good for you!! Yes FB can usurp your time, I am trying very hard to get off of it, for a little while each day! lol. I am in the middle of writing a novel, novelette, not sure yet. But I wouldn't mind the doll house some day. And Luna, is absolutely beautiful. Cat lover here too. MJ

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IUHRYTR 2/7/2011 1:36PM

    Eager to see the finished house. -- Lou

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NANHBH 2/6/2011 4:41PM

    Oh, my gosh, that fairy house is gonna be some palace! You are truly amazing; so creative!
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MCGS62 2/6/2011 2:59PM

    Your Grandaughter is Beutiful!!
The photo of the faries with the cat is interesting too. It gives an idea of how small scale the they are for how much detail is in them.

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KRITTERKEEPERS 2/6/2011 1:54PM

    Your granddaughter is adorable! She looks so happy.

Luna is really going to be a beautiful cat. It's great that you have had the opportunity during the snow days to bond with her.
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VALERIEMAHA 2/6/2011 10:12AM

    Look'it you, making the most of a *dicey thang* and I'm with Ellen...SURELY Luna isn't capable of such devastation! The beautiful 3-yr. old GD is enjoying the madness, huh!
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LAGREBE 2/6/2011 10:04AM

    Summer is coming! And we will hopefully see more of you! What a cute granddaugher! and I love the cat!

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WATERMELLEN 2/6/2011 9:47AM

    Your granddaughter is gorgeous! And Luna is a lovely and innocent-looking cat (surely she doesn't do what you described to your exquisite fairies, surely not!!)

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MY_LIFE_NOW 2/6/2011 9:43AM

    can't wait to see the fairy house..i had one a special friend gave about 10 years ago..it's holding up well...yes same weather here in ri..can't wait to see some green grass again..have a great day... emoticon

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What a Day!

Tuesday, February 01, 2011



It's been a pretty constant freezing rain event all day today. The windows are looking like textured glass, giving the world a special impressionistic effect.

The ground is covered with snow with a shiny coating of ice on it, if the sun had been out, it would have looked stunning. We are expecting more freezing rain tonight, then a layer of snow over that, which will make that ice covered snow even more treacherous.

The end result is that we had a day off of school today, and in all likelihood will have another day off tomorrow. That gave me more time to launch back into the fairy house I'm building. I managed to get all of the timber framing stained and a patina to show age and lichen growth on top of that. Then I got to put the windows in the window and door frames. That was big excitement for me - finally felt like I was getting somewhere with it. If I get another day off tomorrow, I can begin the actual building construction. emoticon



Doors and windows with the 'glass' in them. The green is the exterior and the brown is the interior.

I finally decided to order a Kindle. I have been conflicted about this. I love books. I love to read them, to hold them, to see them, and I know I will not give books up. On the other hand, the Kindle sounds like a great way to always have a book with me and not have to try to jam one in my purse, or lose one somewhere when I put it down. And it seems like a wonderful convenience for travel. Since they have significantly lowered the price, I decided to go ahead and bite the bullet. I found a bunch of free e-books that I would like to read, so I ordered those for when my Kindle gets here. Here's the rub: on the Track-my-Package page, it shows that it is in transit. Very close really. The thing is, there is no possible way the delivery truck is going to be able to get up my long and solidly iced driveway. I am wondering what they are going to do.

I made a delicious vegetable barley soup for dinner, served with a lightly toasted cheese bread. Yum!

Well, I'm off to noodle around with my bass. Oh, how I love a day off in the middle of the week!


  
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MCGS62 2/6/2011 2:50PM

    You might have to pick the reader up from the terminal or wait until the driveway melts.
How are you going to get in and out of the driveway?
The funniest thing on this blog is that when I was in a band and two members (usually the drummer) were working on an issue there was always an issue with someone playing while the others were discussing.-- we called it noodleing-- and when serious practice was called for some one would say "I call no noodleing" . This is the only other time I've heard any one else use the expression related to music in that way. sorry for the run on sentence I'm trying to catch up.

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SIRIRADHA 2/5/2011 11:41AM

    "always have a book with me and not have to try to jam one in my purse, or lose one somewhere when I put it down"

Be careful where you put down your Kindle!

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KJE_3001 2/2/2011 8:35PM

    I LOVE my kindle!! I love books, too, but kindle is just soooo convenient. And you can get so many classics for free. You'll have to let us know what you think when you get yours....

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JABULONESTAR 2/2/2011 6:57PM

    what fun :) looking forward to seeing your fairy house complete! Enjoy your day off :)

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DASARMEHASEN 2/2/2011 6:39PM

    i am still on the fence about kindles. let me know what you think. beautiful windows (the rainy and the fairy ones)

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DOR2BFIT 2/2/2011 3:57PM

    This ice storm you are having is the same here all the way in CT! We had a day off today, and were released early yesterday. I think we will be OK for tomorrow though, as we had some melting this afternoon. I was tempted to record the sound of the ice chunks falling from the trees onto the ice-glazed snow. Hope you have all of the provisions you need to make it through the storm! Have fun with your fairy house! emoticon

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KRITTERKEEPERS 2/2/2011 2:51PM

    The windows and doors look great! I can't wait to see your project when it is all finished!
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BLONDEPOODLE 2/1/2011 10:23PM

    I can generally handle snow, but freezing rain scares me. Best of luck with staying home and cozy.

I love the idea of a kindle until I start thinking of how tied I already am to technology. So I have the kindle app on my android phone instead.

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CLEVAGAL 2/1/2011 10:20PM

    I wish it was that cold here, unfortunately it is so hot and humid that I have beads of sweat on my arms as I sit here barely moving, just typing..............

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JENN03275 2/1/2011 10:09PM

    Trying to decide how I will enjoy my snow day tomorrow. I am hoping our director closes the office, then I get paid too.

I am on the fence about the Kindle. I too love books. I love holding them, turning the pages the smell of a new book. Not sure yet if I can even handle reading anything else.

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HIKETOHEIGHTS 2/1/2011 9:42PM

    yum, cheese bread. I can taste it. We don't get that here! I think everyone is so excited to see the finished product. Victoria

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IUHRYTR 2/1/2011 9:40PM

    Soup tastes especially good on cold days, doesn't it? Glad you got in more creative time. I'm eager, as others are, too, to see the finished project. -- Lou

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MARY1313 2/1/2011 7:51PM

    Oh I love that soup! I have been thinking about a kindle too! Let me know how you like yours.

Mary

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NANHBH 2/1/2011 7:48PM

    Chris,

Sounds like you lead a fairty tale kind-of-life! What a fun day for you! My school closed early today and will remain closed tomorrow. We're supposed to get 16 - 24" of snow overnight. Spring can't come fast enough for me!
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MEOWMAMA3 2/1/2011 7:48PM

    There is no greater midwinter news for a teacher than "All schools will be closed..."
We had our 2 last week. Thankfully not much ice here, just nuisance so far, but I have my trusty "Get a Grip" shoe cleats so I don't fall on my ample posterior. I'm scared to death of the ice. Enjoy your doll housing and the Kindle when it gets there! Soup sounds yummy. I haven't made a barley soup in ages...maybe that'll be my next one! I've got a pot of basic chicken vegetable on now. Be careful out on that ice!

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WATERMELLEN 2/1/2011 7:37PM

    Nice work on the fairy house -- I'll be very interested to learn how the Kindle fits into your life (when delivery is possible!!)

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LMB-ESQ 2/1/2011 7:35PM

    Mmm... vegetable barley soup. I'll be right over. Snow, ice, and all. emoticon I did not have a day off today, but I might have one tomorrow.

Fear not, if they can't deliver your Kindle tomorrow, it will be the next day. They always get the job done. Let me know how you like it. I've had the same conflicted feelings about it. There's nothing like turning the paper pages of a book, but the kindle sure looks convenient. (Of course, if you want the paper page books I'm reading now, you're more than welcome to them!)

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Weekend Accomplishments

Monday, January 31, 2011

I have actually gotten a LOT of things done over the weekend, and had a lot of fun. I spent time practicing my bass guitar, but also had fun singing and playing my acoustic with my good friend. And the uke - I got a little ukelele time in, too. emoticon

My niece wanted me to make fairy dolls that look like her and her mom, so I finished these on Saturday. I'll pop them in the mail this afternoon.



I don't have pictures yet, but I FINALLY finished sanding all of the timber framing, window and door framing, and interior beams for the fairy house. Which meant that I could get to the fun part - staining them. I had specific ideas for stains, so I mixed my own using oil paint and turpentine. I am pleased with the results, but don't have photos yet because I used black plastic bags as a drop cloth on the kitchen table and the pieces get visually lost on it; they just wouldn't show up in a picture.

Went to a fantastic concert last night - The Poulenc Trio, a trio of piano, bassoon, and oboe. They played a few pieces that were written for them; really nice.

www.poulenctrio.com/

My students finished their Gingerbread Town on Thursday. They worked together in groups designing, baking, decorating, and constructing the houses, then as a group to complete the village. It looks very sweet sitting in the hall in front of my classroom. But the aroma! It still lingers and the hall smells like gingerbread. They want to eat their houses when we take down the display, LOL! I am trying to convince them that they will be hard and stale and germy. I'll have to have them bake some fresh gingerbread cookies instead.


Gingerbread Town


The abandoned shack


Hagrid's hut


The ski lodge


Domo's farm



We are expecting a huge ice storm to move in tonight, so I think we might have another snow day tomorrow and maybe Wednesday as well. It would be nice to have another day to spend with Stella and Luna, and to make more progress on the fairy house and the bass guitar. On the other hand, we have so many things going on at school, it's hard to miss a day, especially in a week already shortened by a parent conference day.

Have a great Monday!

  
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BADASSBLONDIE 2/16/2011 5:07PM

    You guys do so many fun things with your kids! That's so awesome for them! What grade do you teach? What type of school are you at? I'm so happy for these kids!!!

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MCGS62 2/6/2011 2:36PM

    You do a great job with the kids and these projects. The one gingerbread house looks like it might bite you back if you try to eat it.

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MCGS62 2/6/2011 2:36PM

    You do a great job with the kids and these projects. The one gingerbread house looks like it might bite you back if you try to eat it.

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JABULONESTAR 2/2/2011 11:24PM

    your fairy dolls are fabulous and the kids' projects are wonderful :) How Fun! Never a dull moment :) emoticon

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KRITTERKEEPERS 2/1/2011 11:54AM

    Great photos of both projects! Try to stay warm with the blizzard that is headed your way!
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HANNAHV 2/1/2011 3:59AM

    emoticonYou are so creative!love it

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KJE_3001 1/31/2011 9:01PM

    The little fairy dolls are soooo cute! I love all your creativity!

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OLDERDANDRT 1/31/2011 6:10PM

    What *sweet* work your kids did!!! Nice work on the fairies you did, too!! Thinking of maybe doing something similar one of these days for the gkids to enjoy! Very interested to see pics of the furniture you built when you get a chance. Hope you don't get snowed out of school again! But then, it's only the 31st of January, I guess.

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DASARMEHASEN 1/31/2011 4:30PM

    wow, love the crafts. the gingerbread does look delicious....

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NANHBH 1/31/2011 4:00PM

    Oh, my gosh, those kids are little clones of you to be so creative! Do you teach in a Montessori school?

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IUHRYTR 1/31/2011 12:27PM

    The creativity is emoticon. They, and you, should be proud of another impressive project. -- Lou

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MARY1313 1/31/2011 11:16AM

    oh I loved this. and your fairies are lovely! thanks for sharing!

Mary

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SOON2BEFITSLP 1/31/2011 10:10AM

    Great gingerbread designs! Your school kids are so creative! Hope they keep using their imaginations, they always make great stuff!

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MCGS62 1/31/2011 9:14AM

    Too cool !!! Is there a message encoded in the abandon shack's fence be careful when eating at Domo's farm it may take a bite out of you!

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VALERIEMAHA 1/31/2011 8:34AM

    The Poulenc Trio sounds wondrous, such an interesting configuration! Dayton?
And YOU are wondrous too in your over-the-top creativity and commitment!
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WATERMELLEN 1/31/2011 7:58AM

    Love your new fairy dolls for niece and mum: they will be thrilled!

And -- terrific idea to assemble gingerbread houses into a gingerbread town!

Plus: all that music. What a lovely weekend you have had!!

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ONESPOTLEFT 1/31/2011 6:45AM

    it is good to know that some children still want and play with things that don't run on batteries...

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Huge Surprise!

Sunday, January 30, 2011

As many of you know, my brother has been battling cancer. Tuesday was a big day for him because he completed his long round of radiation sessions. I had lost my tiny little cell phone right after that and when I found it on Friday, I had several messages from him asking me to call him. I was worried and called him right back and further worried when he asked if I was sitting down because he had some important news for me. Well, his news was - he got married! It was all very sudden, and certainly unexpected, even for him. I am so happy for him! This is the first time he has been married and he is in his 60s. It is so wonderful to hear him talk about his future with hope and joy, and even giddiness. He had been so down.

Woohoo!!!



  
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BADASSBLONDIE 2/16/2011 5:05PM

    That's absolutely fantastic!!! Congrats!!!

ps - sorry for all the comments you're going to get in the next 30 minutes. I'm cathcing up on blogs. :P

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JABULONESTAR 2/2/2011 11:26PM

    How wonderful! Congratulations :) Your brother is in my prayers and so are you! emoticon

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LMB-ESQ 2/1/2011 8:26PM

    Congrats on the new family member!

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MEOWMAMA3 2/1/2011 7:49PM

    Mazel Tov!

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STARLASUE 2/1/2011 6:23PM

    WOw - congrats on a new sister!

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KRITTERKEEPERS 2/1/2011 11:57AM

    That is simply emoticon! Now he has even more reason to take good care of his health and win this battle.
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DASARMEHASEN 1/31/2011 4:28PM

    oh that's awesome. congrats to him. what a happy phonecall!

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MCGS62 1/31/2011 9:11AM

    emoticon To both of them!

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NANHBH 1/31/2011 12:56AM

    WOW, Awesome! I'll keep him in my prayers.

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ALLEGROVIVO 1/31/2011 12:42AM

    How simply lovely! Thanks for sharing Chris!

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HICKOK-HALEY 1/30/2011 11:09PM

    I noticed that the cloud in the pic has a happy face. Just sums it up! emoticon

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MARY1313 1/30/2011 9:33PM

    Oh that is terrific!!!! Love it!

Mary

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WATERMELLEN 1/30/2011 8:00PM

    That is so AWESOME! Wishing him and his partner much happiness.

Excellent way to celebrate getting through radiation!! (I was the "radiant bride" on my 30th wedding anniversary . . . much mirth!!)

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HIKETOHEIGHTS 1/30/2011 7:41PM

    Congratulations on all that good news! There are rainbows in our horizon. Victoria

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KJE_3001 1/30/2011 7:27PM

    Talk about a great surprise! Many congrats to him. I am sure that happiness will have a great influence in his battle against cancer.

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OLDERDANDRT 1/30/2011 7:02PM

    emoticon Please extend best wishes for a lovely marriage and tremendous happiness!!! Sure glad you found that phone!!!

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PONYFARMER 1/30/2011 6:21PM

    That is amazing news and great for his health too!

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CLEVAGAL 1/30/2011 6:10PM

    Im so pleased Chris.....

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IUHRYTR 1/30/2011 5:50PM

    Exciting news. Shows we should never give up hoping for happiness. -- Lou

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SIRIRADHA 1/30/2011 10:24AM

    What a wonderful surprise! Love and joy to the newlyweds!

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ONESPOTLEFT 1/30/2011 10:08AM

    congradulations on your new sister in law

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VALERIEMAHA 1/30/2011 9:01AM

    Just just makes me weep....


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JENN03275 1/30/2011 8:38AM

    That is such wonderful news and a fabulous thing for having someone special (other than his sister) to support him through treatment!!

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OVERWORKEDJANET 1/30/2011 7:22AM

    That is nice news. Big step for him, happy for you.

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BLONDEPOODLE 1/30/2011 7:21AM

    That's so great. Having something to focus on in the future can be so valuable to fighting a life threatening illness. Best of luck to him in his battle.

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