Category Archives: cayucos

Travel tales

As we walked onto our second airplane, I turned to Wes and said, ‘I really hope I won’t have to nurse Ivy between two men.’ (We no longer get to travel together because of all the children). And as we … Continue reading

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A really good day. 

We’re in California. And all days have been great. But today was another exceptional one. After I lounged outside in the morning, miss Ev arrived home from running errands with Poppi with a box of donuts on her lap. She … Continue reading

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family photos

Lisa Maksoudian does it again. These pictures make my heart well up and overflow. Gosh I have amazing people in my life. Hugs and love.

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The rest of the story. 

I try to limit the number of showers I take while on vacation-you know, California and the drought and such. But one morning I decided that it was probably that time so I hastened to the bathroom and turned on … Continue reading

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Fun stuff. 

I kinda fussed during this vacation. I know. You can shake your head. Wes logged 24.6 hours in the airplane (plus travel time and study time) and I just plain missed being with him. And missed being with the four … Continue reading

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My kids and my grandparents. 

When I was a kid I used to get kind of sad thinking that my kids would never get to know my grandparents. I guess I just assumed that I wouldn’t have kids while they still lived on this Earth. … Continue reading

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to hike or not to hike.

That was the question and don’t ask me why I responded with such vim and vigor. I hardly recognize myself. I’m just pretty much solid muscle now. Ha. So back in November I decided I was going to get in … Continue reading

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