Final list: Books 2011

1. After the Diagnosis: Transcending Chronic Illness by Julian & Betsy Seifer 2.  The Darcys and the Bingleys by Martha Altman 3. What Would Jane Austen Do? by Laurie Brown 4. Proofiness: The Dark Arts of Mathematical Deception by Charles Seife 5. In the Forests of Serre by Patricia McKillip 6. The Sons of Heaven … Continue reading Final list: Books 2011

Week of craziness

(One day soon I hope to come up with better titles…we’ll see.) Thursday last we had a double crazy day.  I baked 6 dozen cookies over the course of the day, those yummy apple caramel cider ones I did last week, but this time with the chunk caramel rather than the bits.  Oh what a … Continue reading Week of craziness

Oh so tired…

...but trying to catch up. In case you were wondering, I've gone back and finished up a few posts and hit "Publish" today, so in case you're reading from a feed-reader you might want to visit the site and see what's gone up lately (I've noticed that sometimes Google Reader doesn't update when I hit … Continue reading Oh so tired…

Pinterest Addiction

I fully admit to it: I am addicted to Pinterest.  I haven't posted much craft-like since I really started looking around there, I know, so here's my round-up of what I've done inspired by things I saw on there. I saw some baby pacifier moustaches and made those (pictured in the previous baby shower post), … Continue reading Pinterest Addiction

The beginning of the insanity

So after the Boring Post of Boringness, things finally got interesting. Thursday morning I kept Ben home from school because he had to go in and have a pulpectomy, which is basically a smaller version of a root canal. His little tooth was mildly infected, so they drilled it and put a silver cap on … Continue reading The beginning of the insanity

Last of November, First of December

This week has been pretty boring. I know I should be thankful for boring because the next few weeks will be anything but, but really it was just not that exciting. Monday we had A. over again for babysitting. The kids played, watched TV, ate lunch, all that kind of stuff. Nothing to report, really. … Continue reading Last of November, First of December