Monthly Archives: September 2011

progressive trickle hump dinner nuggets, 2nd edition: sisters

trickle hump, 1st edition here :: Silence from the living room. “What are you doing in there?” “Nothing really. Just pretending your lipstick is really important medicine we need a lot of.” :: Andy and I madly cleaned our home one night to show and I said to Margot and Ruby, “I need your help.” They both stared wide-eyed and ready. “Can you two please play right here and not make a mess for 30 minutes?” Margot thought for a sec … Continue reading progressive trickle hump dinner nuggets, 2nd edition: sisters →
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hump days nuggets: trickle hump

hump day nuggets: little bits of the season in photos and words about the last weekSo these days when there are many plans and items spinning into bigger plans and items, I just can’t seem to keep with the hump day nuggets. And that bums me right out because I really adore my nugs. But! There is always a solution to find time for things that matter. And, my solution is a trickle hump, where nuggets trickle in over a … Continue reading hump days nuggets: trickle hump →
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a lot of living to do

“Mama, I just can’t believe there aren’t any clouds. What do you think about that?!” It is the typical dazzling fall weather in Missoula. The morning just cold enough, the sun just low enough to remind every human to get outside for the last days of sunny warmth this year.  We went for a hike up the Rattlesnake and Margot walked and ran the whole distance, about 4.5 miles. She and Ruby collected pine needles for their friends. We found … Continue reading a lot of living to do →
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Ruby Morning

A great way to start a day. :: :: :: all photos taken with a Canon Digital SLR from Vanns.com
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hump day nuggets: shift

hump day nuggets: little bits of the season in photos and words about the last weekWe went to an outdoor dinner party last night and the sun cast the most beautiful gold light across the faces of friends. Kids ran around in green grass, taking turns picking each other up. Grown ups lounged and sipped in lightweight cardigans and bare toes. Then the sun nodded off behind the mountain and the air temperature shifted into an entire other season that … Continue reading hump day nuggets: shift →
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