Monthly Archives: April 2009

Me? Avoidance tactic? Never……….

Yeah. The last week or so has been kinda strange. Trying to prepare for our departure. Our prolonged departure. I’ve been avoiding posting. The things that come to mind are filled with demons. While there is hope, I’ve been so … Continue reading

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Be The Match MarrowThon

Al right folks.  For anyone who feels compelled to join the Bone Marrow Donor Registry and cannot make it to a blood center to get it done: From June 8 – June 22, 2009 there is a Be The Match … Continue reading

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Rob! Do you have a direct link to me & mine?

Myself: VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): The coming weeks would be an excellent time to devote extra care and attention to your home-away-from-home — you know, the place that’s second-best at making you feel like you truly belong here on this … Continue reading

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Thanks, Lana!!!!!!

This is a PREVIEW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lana, rawks!!! Thanks to: Priceless Photography by Lana & Littlest Heroes Project!!

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A Small, Anticipated, Delay

As expected, a small delay.  The donor is not available for “harvest” until June 10.  Therefore, we are delayed by one week, too.  We are now leaving Monday, May 11.  Which kicks everything forward by one week.  No big deal, … Continue reading

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Miley, Miley, Miley…………….

The last few days have been FULL!  Trying to remember everything I need to take/do before Tuesday, May 5.  SEVEN DAYS!  Incredible. Yesterday AnnMarie & I had a girly day.  Pedicures, shopping and Hannah Montana: The Movie.  The movies was … Continue reading

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Short, boring, My mind is too crowded.

Hi folks!  It’s another quiet Saturday.  Gregory is trying to stay asleep, Curtis & AnnMarie are with Nana and Larry is out-and-about.  It’s been a very draining, last few days.  Trying to remember all the arrangements that need to be … Continue reading

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