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Monthly Archives: June 2013

I hate square plates.  I don’t get them.  They’re weird and you know it. Have you heard the song “Bubble Butt”?  Sometimes I sing it when I really shouldn’t. Let’s be honest, there’s never a reason to sing the song. But I do. I absolutely can’t stop singing “Just Give me a Reason” song whenever […]

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Let’s talk about it. There’s one big thing I’ve worried about since being laid-off. How in the hell do I transition from an at-home job to an office job? Of course it was a concern.  I had a sweet gig, Folks.  Most weeks it was awesome!  A few hours of calls and no one watching […]

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The first time you leave your baby, a wise and seasoned Mom will tell you the same thing every time you leave that babe: It’s always harder on you than it is on them. Some Mom’s need to hear this over and over again before it rings true.  Some never let it sink in.  And […]

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I promise a wordy post later tonight, but I can’t get this photo out of my head. I love the urgency and connection of this photo. New babe with first babe. Lately my life is full of urgency and the need for connection.  It makes sense that this photo keeps popping up in my brain. […]

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By the time you’re reading this, I’m officially in an office.  Right now, I’m probably desperately trying to catch on.  I’m probably worried about finding the bathroom or how to get more coffee into my system.  I was so happy that Carmen and her family were able to visit before today.  I adore her entire clan.  I wish we […]

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This is my favorite part of the entire quilt.  Binding.  I’ve started quilts just so I can bind something while camping.  It’s true.  You can make your binding on the basis, but that freaks me out.  Ripping is so much easier for me.  I make mine straight.  If I was doing a curved project, basis […]

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One day in the beginning of May, I was scrolling through my Tumblr app.  I stopped on a Photojojo post about  the One Second Everyday app.  I instantly knew I had to do one more daily project.  I rarely take videos of my children, but I always want to.  It’s a hump I can’t get […]

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