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Monthly Archives: April 2010
On my trip to Las Vegas over the last weekend, we got there a little too early and couldn’t check into the hotel. So we decided that instead of spending the day on the strip, we were going out to … Continue reading
This is the stump of a cut down tree that used to live in our front yard. I made that stump my bitch today. It no longer resides here. Flowers were planted, mulch was put down, rocks removed, sun burn … Continue reading
Some personal selects from shooting the Hickman High School girl’s soccer game against Francis Howell Central in Columbia, Mo. on Saturday afternoon, April 17, 2010.
I had been telling my roommate that there was a nest in gutters on the house for weeks. Today, he cleaned. Momma flew out and out came 5 little eggs. I think they were going to move the nest to … Continue reading
Despite 80 degree weather, I made chili and jalapeno cheddar cornbread for dinner this evening that was enjoyed by all.
Some friends came in to town from STL over the weekend because their kids had a U-10’s soccer tournament in Jefferson City. Obviously, I had to go take photos. Kids with a ball? I’m in. Wait? You want me to … Continue reading
Easter tradition around our house involves a bunch of hard boiled eggs and 5 raw ones. We spend the afternoon dying all our pretty eggs and letting them dry. We have dinner. And then go around the table. Pick an … Continue reading