Saturday, January 12, 2008

A Vow I made To My Family...

For the skeptics among us.. you will be pleasently surprised to discover that the simple pleasures that amused children a hundred years ago still have the power to charm.

I have made a vow to myself and family to bring back the pastimes and seasonal pleasures of yesteryear with a twist of course. Join my family as we incorporate good, old fashioned memory making traditions of love and togetherness into our busy modern family.


  1. I long for the same lovely things! I'm looking forward to what you share with us!

  2. WONDERFUL! I think this is so important. Let me know if there is any way I can help too. I'm trying to relearn crocheting since I know Bri wants to learn, hopefully soon I can teach her a simple stitch. I've mostly just got to have enough days where my hands are feeling good enough to move like that.

    Today I have a doc appointment in Bellvue, Kevin's been freaking about how expensive the latest meds they wanted me to try are and how I've basically had no improvement. And I don't want to stay on them either because the injection hurts something fierce! I'd just love to escapee my arthritis some days... hey, when can I play in your hot tub? I really should just log onto web-mail... feel free to delete my comments from today if you want. Or leave them... I'm fine with seeming weird.

    'Nother thing I could help with is learning some different types of cooking. I know you're pretty good about teaching that. I just love my kitchen toys...

    OH, BTW, we still need the instruction card for your pancakes... I can't wait to try them!

    Maybe someday soon Kevin will finish our cookbook. I wasn't going to bug him this last weekend because he was so helpful with repairs in the kitchen and my blog.

    Hope you all are well,

  3. I love your blog. You are doing so many things the way I would like to do them. May God bless you as you continue and may you be victorious.