Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Vasilevski Musketeers

I just love being the one with the camera. . . it often gives me unheard-of privileges. Like being invited to every single one of my teen-age kids’ dances and banqets. And getting to be first to visit the sequestered babies.  Today I had the advantage of the latter.  I got to jump to the front […]

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Tropical Dreams

We are desperately trying to leave winter behind.  But we can’t quite shake it.  Two steps into spring. A little sunshine.  And then we are inundated with six inches of snow.  Our friend Wendy was recently in Thailand – the LAND of sunshine.  And she brought us back this happy thought of an orchid.  Which is […]

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Hoot ‘Em Owls!

After a very long wait, Daniel finally received news today that he was accepted to his first choice, Rice University!!  The tradition continues!!  A good day, indeed. . .

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World-Travelers

After group today, our middle-schoolers traveled the world via paper airplanes and a large scale map.  Unfortunately, their tiny jets encountered all KINDS of obstacles during their journeys. Only a few fatalities were reported. . .

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Special Club Celebrates Nauryz

Though it was another snowy day, the weather didn’t keep the special needs kids away from their monthly club meeting!  I went to watch Allison in action today, leading music and skits and serving kids. Allison is really in her element with this group of leaders and special teens.  It is so fun to watch the volunteers […]

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