Monthly Archives: February 2014

Wooden Heart: There’s no strings

Even Aidan was surprised that he could stack these blocks that high–they seemed to waver, but held–with no strings! (the next block took it down.) Advertisements

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Superstition: “Writings on the wall”

The graffiti on the walls of the underpass to work is accentuated by all the moisture from our latest nor’easter.

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Pretty Woman

It’s hard for me to grasp it, but my baby girl, Sierra Rose, has grown up. She is 21, a very pretty woman, but more importantly, she has a kind and loving soul.

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Fire Alarm

Technically, this is after the alarm…we were running errands this weekend when we came upon our volunteer fire department dealing with an attic fire.

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Bless Yore Beautiful Hide

“ your way through cooking school…” I am throwing myself to the mercy of the Theme Police on this one. I have worked through the lyrics over and over, and right now, pretty much coming now empty–except this shot of … Continue reading

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F is for Fine Arts

The New Britain Museum of American Art is a hidden jewel. It’s tucked away in the ageing industrial city of New Britain and it is worth hours upon hors of exploration. For the past few months, it has been host … Continue reading

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