Wishing for Spring and Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Anyone else ready for spring? We didn’t get the snow we were promised, and this week we’re back to rain, rain, and more rain (I know, I know, typical for the Pacific Northwest, no?) so I’m now jonesin’ for some … Continue reading

New Year Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Just about one week into the New Year already – how y’all feeling? I apologize for being so scarce the past few weeks, but hopefully you didn’t notice much, since no doubt you all were busy, too! I have lots … Continue reading

Merry Christmas Eve with Festive Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Merry Christmas! Well, it’s Christmas Eve, but still Christmas! How’d that happen so fast?! It’s been a flurry of activity the last few days – I finally barricaded myself in my craft room/office to wrap presents like a maniac on … Continue reading

Christmastime is Near; Tree progress; Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

One week, people!! One week (and a day) until Christmas! Or, if you’re anything like my family, Christmas spans over both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, so literally one week. We tried one year to do what other families did, … Continue reading

Birthday Celebrations with Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Hello, Tuesday! So, yesterday was my birthday – having a birthday on a Monday seems so mundane… but we got to celebrate on Sunday at my mom’s house with my brother and sisters: That’s my sister Kimn on the left, … Continue reading

Sinus Troubles; Sister Update and Post-Thanksgiving Random Funnies: Random Tuesday Thoughts

Once again I’m late writing this post – funny how having a short week last week computes to Monday being super long, eh? Ah well – makes the time go by fast! Wait, I wanted to find that ‘pause’ button, … Continue reading

Roller Skate(s) in Toy Packaging with Barbie Girl in a Lego House

Great news on the sister front – last week her CT scan came back good, so the brain drain tube was removed along with the feeding tube, and she was moved from Neuro Critical Care Unit to a ‘regular’ hospital … Continue reading