Monthly Archives: May 2019

Overheard

The kids are sitting at the counter in my parents’ house in Iowa, just where Adam and I used to perch. Katherine to Nathaniel: “You’re just like Mommy.” N: “What do you mean?” K: “Well, Daddy talks about Mommy changing … Continue reading

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Book

One of the things keeping me busy this spring was the need to read through the proofs of my book and create an index, as final stages to this decade-long endeavor.  This, then, is what my spring break looked like: … Continue reading

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Fun with the kids

Sydney was away for several trips this spring, so the kids and I took off for local hikes before the weather turned hot; today, and for the foreseeable future, Kentucky is predicted to be in the high eighties and humid. … Continue reading

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Additional Spring Sights

Nathaniel constructing his birthday present, which combines two of his favorite things, Harry Potter and Legos: Katherine in her favorite hat (which made for hat hair nearly every day this spring): Katherine dutifully attempting homework while Domino “helps”: Erin

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Things You Only See on a Winter Hike

For our last hike of MLK weekend, we stopped by Dog Slaughter Falls (near Cumberland Falls).  Sydney had the camera so that he could capture some of the water-and-ice sights that made us stop every few minutes on our hike.  … Continue reading

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Pine Mountain and Cumberland Gap

Over MLK weekend (yes, in January: I’m playing catch-up), we took off to Pine Mountain State Resort Park, just a couple of hours south of here.  We’ve decided that, on the whole, slippery winter hiking is preferable to insufferably hot … Continue reading

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