Monthly Archives: March 2013

wrap it up already, March

I am really done with March, but then, so is everyone else. Not to say that it hasn’t been full of lovely moments, celebrations and milestones. I’m happy with March. It’s been monumental in it’s own way. We have… …made … Continue reading

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worth the wait

It’s been two years, people.  Two years in April since we bought the property to build our house, and we are finally going to see the blue prints next week.  We waited out those two years because of catchment issues … Continue reading

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I’m making myself a cup of tea, and trying to convince Elena that she has to go to bed, even though she is telling me that before the time change, right now would still be not quite nine o’clock. I’m … Continue reading

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mittens in March

February is usually the month that flies by, and then I face March, wondering where the time went, and why all my glorious plans have not been accomplished. But this time it was different, oh yes; this time I was … Continue reading

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with great, full thanks

We’ve been super duper busy with the candle making all month. And by super duper, I mean that we make one pillar and one taper candle in the morning, and one at night. It takes about 30-45 minutes for the … Continue reading

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I can at least recommend a book

You know you’ve been MIA when your daughter comments on the date of the last blog post. Oh, the shame! You could (and should) blame tax season (I do) but I’m also blaming Julia Stewart who wrote a book that … Continue reading

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