Monthly Archives: July 2015

OMG! …or Celebration of Diversity

Those of you who sensed that being a husband and father had always been a struggle for ROLAND were correct. Last night I learned that a (metaphorical) sensational tsunami had hit his family. But first, recall that #1 son had … Continue reading

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Hats as Displacement Activities

I really WAS going to clean out that sewing room. ¬†Honestly! But then I found the half done crocheted hat. ¬†No pattern and not even a hook to give me any clues as to how to finish it. ¬†[Actually there … Continue reading

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ROLAND makes his mark

Of course a fortnight is a long time in a rainforest in Spring, but even so I am surprised at the fecundity of our leafette (late of New York) and her scabrous spouse. I’m guessing that ROLAND was overly affected … Continue reading

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A Prodigal Returns

Hot on the heels of her elder sister’s engagement, the third daughter of #1 son is back from New York. It might be recalled that of all three children, the third, shown on the right below, was the gangly one. … Continue reading

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